Memorial plaque with a list of 80 victims from the community of Oberdorf (Austria) who were murdered in the Auschwitz, Lublin, Riga and Theresienstadt concentration camps, including some whose fathers had lived in Oberdorf for hundreds of years. Oberdorf, (1945). German.
Next to the name of each victim is their date of birth and origin - most of them from the Oberdorf community. On the title page is an illustration of a tombstone inside which is written: "You did no evil, you should have been spared as innocent, but your executioners went to perdition!" And a notice that a memorial plaque will be erected for the deceased at the Israel cemetery. On the last page is a note: "These 80 men, women and children, some of whose fathers had lived in our community for hundreds of years, were taken from Oberdorf and sent to concentration camps. Only Mattie Mayer, born on November 30, 1915 in Oberdorf, returned alive from the Riga concentration camp in 1945. She had already been taken to the gas chamber with a group, but was saved at the last moment by a twist of fate".
 pages, Very good condition.