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Transcript of Judith Jaegermann
was a Jewish female.
She was born on December 24, 1929, in Karlsbad, Czechoslovakia.
Judith, her mother and sister survived the holocaust, but her father did not. They were slaved in concentration camps for 3 and a half years.
The Jaegarmann family moved to Prague (the captial of Czech State) and lived an apartment that they shared with 3 other families.
In september 1942, Nazi's ordered the Jaegermann family to stand at daily roll calls. Later on they were transported to Theresienstadt for 16 months.
In December they were transported to Auschwitz. There Judith was given the number A-71502, tattoed on her arm. Judith, and her family marched to Birkenau and stayed there for 18 months.
On July 5, 1944, The Jaegermann family was passed through Josef Mengele's selection. This would be the last time Judith saw her father. When Judith was released from the concentration camp, she was about 55lbs (25 kilograms)
Judith was married at 17 years old. In 1985 she came across a newpaper ad for Yad Vashem that was calling all Holocaust