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JASIO FEUER

The only son of Emil and Mina, Jasio was deported from the Bohnia Ghetto and killed by the Germans in Aug 1943.
 
   

EMIL AND MINA FEUER
Krakow, Poland

Emil was murdered at age twenty-seven by Germans at Montelupi Gestapo headquarters in Krakow for wearing a collar made of fur. Jews were forbidden to possess such clothing under a Gzera law that was  issued one day before he was shot (he was not aware of this law), as he was out of town when this 'Gzera' was issued.

 
 

 



 


 


 

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