These pages are dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust victims
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שנרצחו על ידי הנאצים ובני בריתם בשואה. ת.נ.צ.ב.ה
As of 12 of December 2010, there
are 541 names of
Holocaust Jewish victims
from Lackenbach in
The Central Database of the Shoah Victims' Names in Yad Vashem.
276 of them were born in
314 of them lived there
before the Holocaust.
None was killed in
From 11th of March 1938, after the Anschluss - the
1938 incorporation of Austria into Greater Germany by Nazi
the Jewish population of Lackenbach were expelled and
dispossessed. Most of them were loaded aboard trucks and
driven to Vienna.
Some, mainly those
with foreign passports, succeeded to escape from Austria, but
most of them were later deported to death camps.
In October 1938, there were no more
Jews in Lackenbach. The whole Burgenland region was declared
"free of Jews" (Judenrein).
The Lackenbach Synagogue (see
picture in the Austrian Jewish Museum website here) was destroyed on November 10,
There are testimonies of Gypsies (Roma) carrying the
Synagogue's stones in 1942 to other construction areas in
Memorial Stone in the location of the destroyed Synagogue,
In the course of the war, about two hundred of
Lackenbach born Jews were killed.
(see "Holocaust" in Database and Resources
and Holocaust Yizkor name list down this page
and memorial pages in this website) .
At least 30% of the Jewish
population of Burgenland was killed in concentration camps.
and Personal Yizkor pages
Yohan (Johann) LOFFLER הי"ד (escaped from Lackenbach to
Bratislava in March 1938) deportation (No. 299)
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from Bratislava through Zilina to a death camp, 4th Jun 1942.
(Contributed by © United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum, from ITS (International Tracing
Services), Jan 2009)
given as testimony to this website by Lackenbach researchers /
BREIER Josef, B. 17-Mar-1868 Lackenbach; Transport Wien
II, 19-Oct-1941 transport no. 559; died
in Lod'z ghetto on 04-Apr-1942
LEDERER Heleny, B.
Warasdorf 1878, lived in Lackenbach,
Schlossgasse 10; in April 1938 escaped to Wien,
Victims' names from
(To be continued, see full list
of victims in Yad
deported 23 Jul 1942 Transport IV/5 Wien to Terezin,
died 01 Dec 1942 Terezin.
EHRENHAFT Heinrich, B.
, Transport Wien I, 15-Oct-1941
transport number 768.
LÖBL (LOEBL) Benjamin , 1889-1942 (See Yizkor Page for LOBL)
LÖBL (nee ZOLLER) Elsa,1895-1942
LÖFFLER Johann (Julius, Yanos, Yohanan), B. Skalica
married in Lackenbach
1910, lived in Lackenbach
Schlossgasse 10 from 1922, escaped to Bratislava April 1938,
perished June 1942
SCHNEIDER, Alfred Ya'akov Israel (Bogo),
SCHNEIDER Egon, 1927-1942
SCHNEIDER Lipot (Leopold Yehuda), B. Lackenbach 1889-1944
Helena born LEITNER at
KARDOS (KOHN) Leopold, born 12.11.1892
24 Jan 1878, Lived in
Wien1 Judengasse 5/5, Deported to Riga 26 Jan 1942.
, B. Lackenbach
Jun 1891, Lived in Wien 2,
Adambergergasse 10/7, deported to Modliborzyce 5 Mar
B. Lackenbach 30 Nov 1865, Lived in Wien 9, Seegasse
9, deported to Theresienstadt 28 Jun 1942, died in
Treblinka 21 Sep 1942
B. Lackenbach 15 Oct 1892, Lived Wien 2, Nestroygasse
6, deported to Opole 15 Feb 1941
Leitner Mina (Margarethe), B. Lackenbach 17 Oct 1893, lived Wien 2, Grosse
Sperlgasse 16/12, deported
to Opole 15 Feb 1941
B. Lackenbach 5 Aug 1890, Lived Wien 2, Grosse
Sperlgasse 37a/16, deported to Modliborzyce 5 Mar 1941
Blum Mira, B.
Oct 1887, Lived Wien2, Herminegasse 6/11, Deported to
Maly Trostinec 9 Jun 1942, died 15 Jun 1942
B. Lackenbach 13 Oct 1886, Lived Wien 2 Herminegasse
19/3, Deported to Maly Trostinec 25 May 1942, died 26
B. Lackenbach 28 Aug 1894, Lived Wien 2
Rotersterngasse 20, deported to Izbica 15 May 1942
B. Lackenbach 8 Sep 1892, Lived Wien Grosse
Schiffgasse 17, deported to Opole 15 Feb 1942
B. Lackenbach 16 Aug 1902, Lived Wien 2
Molkereistrasse 4, deported 20 Oct 1939
B. Lackenbach 17 Mar 1868, Lived in Wien 2,
Novaragasse 21/6, deported to Lodz 19 Oct 1941, died
in Lodz 4 Apr 1942
Bernhard, B. Lackenbach 15 Oct 1859, Lived in Wien 2,
Schiffamtsgasse 20/6, deported to Lagow-Opatow 12 Mar
Heinrich, B. Lackenbach 8 Feb 1873, lived in Wien 2, Obere
Donaustrasse 91/10, deported to Lodz 15 Oct 1941
B. ? Lackenbach, lived Wien 2 Novaragasse 32/2,
deported to Riga 3 Dec 1941
B. Lackenbach 25 Aug 1893, lived Wien 2 Odeongasse
9/16, Deported to Maly Trostinec 31 Aug 1942, died 4
B. Lackenbach 3 Dec 1874, lived in Wien 2,
Adambergergasse 12, deported to Riga 11 Jan 1942
B. Lackenbach 1 May 1867, deported 11 Jan 1942
from Wien 2 Adambergergasse 12 to Riga
Feri Adolf, B.
Lackenbach 14 Dec 1863, deported 20 Aug 1942 to
Theresienstadt from Wien 2 Grosse Pfarrgasse 8/13,
died in Treblinka 23 Sep 1942
B. Lackenbach 10 Nov 1883, Deported 23 Oct 1941 from
Wien 6 Kostlergasse 10/5 to Lodz
B. Lackenbach 30 Aug 1865, deported 19 Oct 1941 to
Lodz from Wien 2, Nestroyplatz 1/25
B. 17 Dec 1869, deported 26 Jan 1942 to Riga from Wien
1 Dorotheergasse 6/13
B. Lackenbach 5 Sep 1859, deported 20 Aug 1942 to
Theresienstadt from Wien 2, Grosse Mohrengasse 30/8,
died 16 Jan 1943 Theresienstadt
B. Lackenbach 25 Sep 1907, Deported 18 Jan 1944 to
Westerbork/Theresienstadt, died 24 Feb 1945 in Dachau
B. Lakenbach 15 Jan 1867, deported 13 Aug 1942 to
Theresienstadt from Wien 2, Zwergasse 5/8, died 30 May
Gabba Josefine, B.
Lackenbach 21 Oct 1899,
deported 5 Mar 1941 to Modliborzyce from Wien 4,
B. Lackenbach 10 Mar 1878, deported 26 Feb 1941 to
Opole from Wien 2, Flossgasse 6/8, died Opole 24 Dec
Gelb Katy, B.
Lackenbach 29 Mar 1872, deported 22 Jul 1942 to
Theresienstadt from Wien 2, Grosse Sperlgasse 19/3,
died 4 Dec 1942 Theresienstadt
B. Lackenbach 3 Sep 1875, deported 27 Aug 1942 to
Theresienstadt from Wien 9, Seegasse 9, died
Theresienstadt 5 Jan 1943
B. Lackenbach 21 Apr 1901, deported to Riga 6 Feb 1942
from Wien 2 Grosse Mohrengasse 32/3
Gerstl Arnold, B.
Lackenbach 13 May 1886, deported 12 Aug 1942 to
Drancy/Auschwitz from Wien 23, Atzgersdorf
B.Lackenbach 26 Jan 1889, deported 11 Jan 1942 to
Stutthof from Wien 2 Tandelmarktgasse 8, died 1 Oct
B. Lackenbach 4 Jan 1885, deported 18 Jan 1944 to
Westerbork/Theresienstadt, died 7 Jul 1944 Auschwitz
Ginsberg Shlomo Yitzhak, B. Radziwillow,
Poland 1887, deported March 1938 from Lackenbach to
Wien, perished 5 May 1940 in Buchenwald.
B. Lackenbach 13 Jan 1927, deported 5 Mar 1941 to
Modliborzyce from Wien 2, Rembrandtstrasse 34/7 killed
1946 on the way to Swiss.
B. Lackenach 19 Oct 1888, deported 5 Mar 1941 to Modliborzyce from Wien 2,
Rembrandtstrasse 34/7 killed 1946 on the way to Swiss.
B. 5 Feb 1878 Lackenbach, deported 14 Sep 1942 to Maly
Trostinec from Wien 1, Judengasse 11/3, died 18 Sep
1942 Maly Trostinec
born Leitner at
Leopold Kardos (Kohn) ,
Edmond Kardos (Kohn)
Isidor Kardos (Kohn)
Survivals list and
This list includes those who were born in Lackenbach, and
residents of Lackenbach who escaped from Lackenbach or were
deported from Lackenbach after the Anschluss in February1938, and
survived the Holocaust either in camps, in hiding or overseas.
BLUM Mor (Mortzi), B.
Lackenbach 1909, lived during WWII in Budapest, died 1971 in
GINZBURG Flora B.
1923 and Elli B. 1925 in Lackenbach, escaped to Switzerland in
Jan 1938 and later to Israel. (Elli Ginzburg)
LEDERER Karolin, B.
Lackenbach 1884, escaped to London 1938. (Yohanan Loeffler)
LEDERER Lipot, B. Lackenbach 1888, escaped from Wien to
New York 1938. (Yohanan Loeffler)
LEITNER Max (Gila Hofi)
LEITNER Emil (Gila Hofi)
LEITNER Hugo (Gila Hofi)
LÖBL - BROOKS Helene, (Al Bjorn)
LÖBL Hilda (Al
LÖBL Martin (Al Bjorn)
LÖBL Rosa (Al
LOBL Sari - died in London while having her first birth.
LÖFFLER Joseph, B. 1920
(Budapest) lived in Lackenbach 1922-1938, died 2004 in
Haifa, Israel (Yohanan
מקס ליטנר , אמיל ליטנר , הוגו
ליטנר ואדמונד קרדוס (קוהן ) .
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In 1940, a "Gypsy-Anhaltelager" was
established in municipal territory at a former estate of the
Esterházys in Lackenbach.
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The inmates, mainly Burgenland Roma, were made to do forced
labor and, starting in 1943,
were partially deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau where they were
A Roma Cemetery was
established inside the Jewish Cemetery (at the south east
There are Roma
carrying the stones from the destroyed synagogue to other
end of March 1945, the camp's administrators fled the
approaching Red Army, so there were never any Roma
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