For members and others attempting to re-establish contact with friends or family members, the AJR Journal publishes, for a nominal fee, a regular column of search Notices.
Authors, makers of film and television documentaries, researchers and research institutes, academics and students also place notices to request contact from survivors and refugees and invite testimony from members who witnessed the relevant events, as well as to obtain access to original documents, photographs, artefacts and records.
To place a search notice in the next available edition of the AJR Journal please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current search notices appear below.
10 names beginning with T
Tannenbaum, Dora - my grandmother, born Berlin, raised in Jewish orphanage, worked in Jewish old people's home. Came to Luton late 30s - would have been in her early 20s. Had a daughter in England who was adopted. Later moved to Scotland. Info pls
Tchelebonne, Philip/Phil - last seen Metz, France, in 1962. His parents, Bulgarian Jews, emigrated c 1925 to New York, where Phil was born. Phil was hoping to go to Israel. Any info pls
Temkin, Max - 11, was smuggled out of concentration camp by my father Rocco Folco and brought back to his camp. He was fed, clothed and cared for. My father and three other men signed papers for Max, who was sent to New Jersey. My father, 80, wants to know if Max is OK.
The White House, Great Chesterford -
Current occupants of The White House, Great Chesterford, wish to hear from anyone who stayed here when it was a hostel. Pls contact Mark.
Thorn, Hermann -
Pls contact me if you have info on any of the surviving family members of Austrian Supreme Court Justice Hermann Thorn. Mario Zuniga at email@example.com
Toller, Ernst -
German playwright. Came to UK in September 1933 after detention in concentration camp. Any info about the camp, his mode of transport and departure point etc
Tommy Serebrenik -
My father, Peter Hinchliffe (parents Thomas and Muriel), remembers Tommy Serebrenik and his mother living with him and family in Yorkshire after fleeing from Europe early in WWII. Tommy possibly became a lawyer and later lived in Bristol. Can anyone put Tommy and my father in touch again? Please write to
Traute Bank née Leisersohn -
last known address 61 Clova Road, London E7. Traute came to the UK by Kindertransport in 1938. Her parents and her brother Gerd were murdered. Berlin memorial researcher wishes to contact her, her family or friends who may be able to help with research on Louise Prinz née Abraham and her husband Detmar Prinz, who committed suicide in 1941 to avoid deportation and are buried at Weissensee Cemetery, Berlin.
e-mail: (Mary Bianchi Bia24@web.de)
Trier, Walter - - Researcher seeks information about the life of this illustrator of children’s books and the books he illustrated during his exile in London and Hertfordshire 1936-1947. Please contact Dr Gillian Lathey
Triester, Mary - born approx. 1909 in Troppau, Czechoslovakia. Daughter of Mac/Max Treister and Susanna Dubs. Last known address (in 1938) Lerchenfeld Gasse 19, Reichemberg (Liberec), Czech Republic. Any information, please email