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Georges Andre Kohn

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Georges Andre Kohn Birth April 23, 1932 in Paris France Modern-Day WWII Family Parents: Armand Kohn: Director of the Baron de Rothschild Hospital, and Suzanne Jenny Netre Siblings: Two sisters: Antoinette and Rose Marie and a brother: Philippe Life before the war Before the war, the Kohn family was very wealthy. They lived comfortably and were a close, well-knit family. Once the war broke out and France was invaded, they were spared from some of the restrictions of the Nazis because of their position. His father also hid Jews in the hospital for a long time. His Fate After being experimented on in Auschwitz, he was transported to Neuengamme concentration camp and injected with tuberculosis with all of the other children. He and the other children were all killed shortly after. His family's fate Philippe and Rose Marie were the only two members of his family that escaped. His mother and other sister were taken to Bergen-Belsen and killed there. His father was taken to Buchenwald and survived the camp. Georges and his grandmother were taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau. His grandmother was killed immediately upon arrival at the camp. Poem Georges Andre Kohn Innocent, Victimized Suffering, Fighting, Hoping Perished with so many others Strong George Pate
Mrs. Klaich
Honors Holocaust
December 18, 2012
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