- Tilsit – Königsberg – Allenstein (through Berlin), Deported: 46 (from Pommern/Ostpreußen), Arrival: 18.03.43 (I/90, 1342)
- Allenstein (through Berlin), Deported: 6 (from Ostpreußen), Arrival: 19.04.43 (I/91, 100)
- Stolp, Deported: 3, Arrival: 17.06.43 (XIV/1 Ez, 3)
- Königsberg (through Berlin), Deported: 2 (from Ostpreußen), Arrival: 30.06.43 (I/98, 100)
- Königsberg, Deported: 2, Arrival: 07.07.43 (XIV/1 Ez, 2)
- Stettin, Deported: 1, Arrival: 21.07.43 (XIV/1 Ez, 1)
- Königsberg (through Berlin), Deported: 2 (from Ostpreußen), Arrival: 10.09.43 (I/101, 63)
- Königsberg, Deported: 10, Arrival: 19.01.44 (XIV/2, 10)
- Stettin, Deported: 8 (from Pommern), Arrival: 27.01.44 (XIV/3, 9)
- Stettin, Deported: 1, Arrival: 10.02.44 (XIV/3 Ez, 1)
- Stolp, Deported: 1, Arrival: 29.03.44 (XIV/3 Ez, 1)
- Köslin, Deported: 1, Arrival: 26.04.44 (XIV/3 Ez, 1)
- Königsberg, Deported: 11, Arrival: 20.05.44 (XIV/4, 11)
The transport name in Theresienstadt and the number of Deported: Number registered there are provided in paraens.
In the years 1943 and 1944, 95 people from Northeastern Germany were deported to Theresienstadt. Of those 66 came from East Prussia, 12 from West Prussia, 16 from Pomerania and 1 from Poznan in the Wartheland. More than half were previously brought to Berlin to be connected to one of the outgoing “ALterstransports”. 46 people were in the 4th groß Alterstransport, which left Berlin on March 17, 1943. The final transport reached Theresienstadt with 10 persons from Königsberg and 1 person from Nordenburg in East Prussia on 20.5.44. The remaining Jewish intermarriage partners remaining in the Reich were planned for deportation at the beginning of 1945, however, war conditions Eastern Germany made that no longer possible. In Theresienstadt, however, a transport from the Ravensbrück concentration camp with the designation XIV / 5, carrying the numbering of transports from East Prussia and Pomerania, was registered on 8.3.45. However, the 5 women who arrived with this transport were Jews arrested in Amsterdam, Antwerp and Vienna with Ecuadorian, Romanian and Turkish nationality.
Below are the excerpts of the Terezín entry lists for the Berlin transports I / 90, I / 91, I / 98 and I / 101 with the names of the deportees from Pomerania and East Prussia. The lists are from the Yad Vashem Archives, holdings O.64 / 221, 222, 224 and 225, and were made available online as part of the “Train to Sinking” project. The lists of transports XIV / 1-5 are reproduced in a copy of the USHMM (RG-68.103, Reel 4 and 6). The originals are in the Yad Vashem Archives, stock O.64 / 267 and 357.