Departure Date: 02.03.43, Deported: 1758, Destination: Auschwitz
On 2.3.43, 1529 Berlin Jews were deported to Auschwitz on the 32nd Osttransport, the second transport after the “factory-action”. In addition, 59 deportees from East Prussia, including 18 from Insterburg and 36 from Tilsit; 5 deportees from Pomerania and Magdeburg; as well as one from Hamburg and Hohen Neuendorf. Among the deportees there were also 158 Jews from Norway (with the transport numbers 1554-1711), which arrived on 25.2. with the transport vessel Gotenland to Stettin. From there they were sent to Berlin on 27.2. From Stettin they were brought to Berlin according to RSHA plans on several special wagons which were connected to a regular train, originally the Osttransport from the 1.3.
In Auschwitz, a total of 894 Jews were registered on 3.3.43, including 585 men and 309 women. On the basis of the number of prisoners given, it can be seen that numerous deportees from all over Germany came to Auschwitz, including Stuttgart, Trier, Essen, Frankfurt / Main, Dortmund, Paderborn, Bielefeld, Hanover , Leipzig and Dresden. With the help of the statistics of the Reichsvereinigung their total number can be determined by 1360: