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The Stolpersteine in Prague-Žižkov lists the Stolpersteine in a cadastral district Žižkov of Prague. The district has been split off. Since 2002 it belongs mainly to Praha 3, but smaller parts belong to Praha 8 and Praha 10. The district is named after Hussite military leader Jan Žižka. Stolpersteine is the German name for stumbling blocks collocated all over Europe by German artist Gunter Demnig. They remember the fate of the Nazi victims being murdered, deported, exiled or driven to suicide.
Generally, the stumbling blocks are posed in front of the building where the victims had their last self chosen residence. The name of the Stolpersteine in Czech is: Kameny zmizelých, stones of the disappeared.

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DR. RER. NAT. JIŘÍ BAUM
BORN 1900
DEPORTED 1943
TO WARSCHAU
MURDERED 1944
IBIDEM
Premyslovská 1939/28
thumbupright=0.6Jiří Baumwas born on 20 September 1900 in Prague. At the request of his parents he first studied Economics. He continued his studies at the Faculty of Science of the Charles University and graduated in 1928 with a doctorate. He became a zoologist, museum curator, explorer and writer. He served as director of the zoological department at the National Museum in Prague and became well known in his field for his 1933 book Through the African Wilderness and his 1935 zoological expedition in the Australian outback. In Australia, he teamed with Walter Drowley Filmer due to his local expertise with spiders. In 1943, he was deported to the Warsaw Ghetto. In 1944, he was murdered there.
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GUSTAV FISCHL
BORN 1892
DEPORTED
1942 TO THERESIENSTADT
1942 TO RIGA
MURDERED
Krásova 447/33
was born on 29 April 1892 in Vlksice in the South Bohemian Region. His parents were Leopold Fischel (1840-1898) and Helene née Berger (1851-1937). He had twelve siblings, seven brothers and five sisters.The siblings of Gustav August Fischl were:
  • Hugo (born on 28 January 1874, died in WW1 in 1914)
  • Berta (born on 28 March 1875)
  • Richard (born on 6 June 1877
  • Alfred (born on 24 February 1878, died on 10 September 1897)
  • Albína (born on 12 August 1882, later married to Hugo Bloch)
  • Arnold (born on 7 September 1884)
  • Luisa (born on 7 September 1884)
  • Friedrich (born on 5 August 1886)
  • Anna (born on 28 January 1890, died on 23 November 1918)
  • Ottilie (born on 29 April 1892)
  • Rudolf (born on 18 August 1894, died in WW1 on 17 August 1917 in Tuscany)
  • Emil (born on 10 February 1880, married to Kamila née Taussig)geni.com: Gustav August Fischl, retrieved on 15 April 2017 He was married to Adéla née Mosauerová. The couple had two daughters, Inge (born 1929) and Hansi, also Hanička (born 1932). In the 1920s and early 1930s the family lived in the Rychnov u Jablonce nad Nisou - Liberec Region where there daughters were born. When they moved to Prague is not known. The last residence of the family before deportation was in Prague XII, Na Zájezdu 12. On 3 August 1942, Gustav August Fischl, his wife and their daughters were deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport AAw. His transport number was 314 of 1,001. After seventeen days there, the family was deported to Riga Ghetto by transport Bb. His transport number was 522 of 1,001. There, father, mother and their daughters, age 10 and 13, were murdered by the Nazi regime.holocaust.cz: http://www.holocaust.cz/en/database-of-victims/victim/84699-august-fischl/ AUGUST FISCHL, retrieved on 15 April 2017 (with documents and a portrait)
Seven of his siblings were killed in the course of the Shoah. His brother Friedrich was shot in the woods on 9 November 1939 in the course of the Reichskristallnacht. His brother Richard was murdered in 1942 in Treblinka extermination camp. His sisters Albína and Ottilie, as well as Albína's husband Hogo Bloch were murdered in July 1942 in Baranovichi. His sister Luisa was murdered in 1942 in an unknown location in Poland. His brother Emil and his wife Kamila were murdered in an unknown location after deportation to Ujazdów. His brother Arnold was murdered on 13 July 1944 in Łódź Ghetto. His mother-in-law Gisela Mosauerová was also murdered in 1942 in Treblinka.
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ADELE FISCHLOVÁ
BORN 1899
DEPORTED
1942 TO THERESIENSTADT
1942 TO RIGA
MURDERED
Krásova 447/33
née Mosauerová was born on 26 February 1899 in Karlovy Vary. Her parents were Rudolf Mosauer (1867-1934) and Gisela née Pächter (born on 5 September 1876). She had an older sister, Marta (born 1897). She was married to Gustav August Fischl. The couple had two daughters, Inge (born 1929) and Hansi, also Hanička (born 1932). The last residence of the family before deportation was in Prague XII, Na Zájezdu 12. On 3 August 1942, Adéla Fischlová, her husband and their daughters were deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport AAw. Her transport number was 313 of 1,001. After seventeen days there, the family was deported to Riga Ghetto by transport Bb. Her transport number was 521 of 1,001. There, father, mother and their daughters, age 10 and 13, were murdered by the Nazi regime.geni.com: Adéla Fischlová (Mosauerová), retrieved on 15 April 2017holocaust.cz: http://www.holocaust.cz/en/database-of-victims/victim/84671-adela-fischlova/ ADÉLA FISCHLOVÁ, retrieved on 15 April 2017 (with documents and a portrait)
Her mother was murdered in 1942 in Treblinka. Her sister Marta,first married to Dr.Otto Brunner, who died 1926, then married to Dr.Franz Ekstein, had two daughters: Eva Maria born 5 March 1920 and Lia born 15 February 1926. They all survived the holocaust. Marta died in London in 1944 aged 47. Her brother Rudolf was killed in 1942 after his deportation to Piaski. Her sister Mathilda and her husband Leopold Bunzl were both murdered in 1942 in Trawniki. Her half sister Katharina and her husband Rudolf Pollak were both murdered in 1944 in Auschwitz. The fate of her other siblings is unknown. Her second step mother Wilhelmina Pächter was killed on 25 September 1944 in Theresienstadt.
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HANSI FISCHLOVÁ
BORN 1932
DEPORTED
1942 TO THERESIENSTADT
1942 TO RIGA
MURDERED
Krásova 447/33
, also Hanička, was born on 13 June 1932 in Jablonec nad Nisou. Her parents were Gustav Fischl and Adéla née Mosauerová. She had an older sister, Inge (born 1929). The sisters grew up in Czechoslovakia and when their Grandfather died they moved with their parents to Carlsbad/Karlovy Vary. They moved to Prague together with their parents and their grandmother Gisela Mosauerová in 1938/9. On 3 August 1942, Hanička Fischlová, her parents and her sister were deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport AAw. Her transport number was 311 of 1,001. After seventeen days there, the family was deported to Riga Ghetto by transport Bb. Her transport number was 519 of 1,001. Their, father, mother and their daughters, age 10 and 13, were murdered by the Nazi regime.holocaust.cz: HANIČKA FISCHL, retrieved on 15 April 2017
Her grandmother was murdered in the same year in Treblinka.
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INGE FISCHLOVÁ
BORN 1929
DEPORTED
1942 TO THERESIENSTADT
1942 TO RIGA
MURDERED
Krásova 447/33
was born on 28 May 1929 in Liberec. Her parents were Gustav Fischl and Adéla née Mosauerová. She had an younger sister, Hansi (born 1932). The sisters grew up in Czechoslovakia, and when their Grandfather died they moved with their parents to Carlsbad/Karlovy Vary. They moved to Prague together with their parents and their grandmother Gisela Mosauerová. On 3 August 1942, Inge Fischlová, her parents and her sister were deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport AAw. Her transport number was 312 of 1,001. After seventeen days there, the family was deported to Riga Ghetto by transport Bb. Her transport number was 520 of 1,001. There, father, mother and their daughters, age 10 and 13, were murdered by the Nazi regime.holocaust.cz: INGE FISCHLOVÁ, retrieved on 15 April 2017 (with documents and a portrait of Inge Fischlová's mother)
Her Grandmother was murdered in the same year in Treblinka.
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GISELA MOSAUEROVÁ
BORN 1876
DEPORTED
1942 TO THERESIENSTADT
1942 TO TREBLINKA
MURDERED
Krásova 447/33
née Pächter was born on 5 September 1876 in Karlovy Vary. Her parents were Adolf Pächter (1845-1915) and Martha née Herschel (ca. 1857-1890). She had three siblings and four half siblings of later marriages of her father.The siblings of Gisela Mosauerová née Pächter were:
  • Alfred (born on 7 January 1879 in Karlovy Vary)
  • Rudolf (born on 14 February 1886)
  • Mathilda (born on 30 September 1887, later married to Leopold Bunzl)
Half siblings from the second marriage of her father with Adele née Hirsch (ca. 1870-1897) were:
  • Katharina (born 1894, later married to Rudolf Pollak, born 1884)
  • Emmy (date of birth and death unknown)
Half siblings from the third marriage of her father with Wilhelmina née Stein (1871-1944) were:
  • Heinz (date of birth and death unknown)
  • Anny (date of birth and death unknown)
geni.com: Gisela Mosauer (Pächter), retrieved on 15 April 2017 She married Rudolf Mosauer (1867-1934). The couple had two daughters, Marta (born on 18 April 1897 in Karlovy Vary) and Adéla (born 1899). It is not known when she moved to Prague to live with her daughter Adéla and her family. Her last residence before deportation was in Prague XII, Na Zájezdu 12. On 13 July 1942, she was deported from Prague to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport AAq. Her transport number was 12 of 1,001. There she was interred for three months. During this period she saw the family of her daughter Adéla arrive and leave again, when her daughter, her son-in-law Gustav Fischl and their two daughters, age 10 and 13, were deported to Riga. On 19 October 1942, the elderly lady was deported to Treblinka extermination camp by transport Bw. Her transport number was 1404 of 2,002. She was murdered by the Nazi regime.holocaust.cz: http://www.holocaust.cz/en/database-of-victims/victim/110087-gisela-mosauerova/ GISELA MOSAUEROVÁ, retrieved on 15 April 2017
Her sister Marta, first married to Dr.Otto Brunner (he died 1926), then to Dr.Franz Ekstein, had two daughters: Eva Maria born 5 March 1920 and Lia born 15 February 1926. They all survived the holocaust. Marta died in London in 1944 aged 47. Her brother Rudolf was killed in 1942 after his deportation to Piaski. Her sister Mathilda and her husband Leopold Bunzl were both murdered in 1942 in Trawniki. Her half sister Katharina and her husband Rudolf Pollak were both murdered in 1944 in Auschwitz. The fate of her other siblings is unknown. Her second step mother Wilhelmina Pächter was killed on 25 September 1944 in Theresienstadt.
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LUDVÍK ROUBÍČEK
BORN 1899
DEPORTED 1942
TO THERESIENSTADT
MURDERED 1945
IN AUSCHWITZ
Biskupcova 1766/13
was born on 27 June 1899. His last residence before deportation was in Prague XI, Cimburkova 20. On 20 November 1942, he was deported from Prague to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport Cc. His transport number was 109 of 1,002. There he was interred for nearly two years. On 29 September 1944, he was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp by transport El. His transport number was 158 of 1,500. He was murdered by the Nazi regime.holocaust.cz: LUDVÍK ROUBÍČEK, retrieved on 15 April 2017The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names: https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=4840970&ind=4 LUDVIK ROUBICEK, retrieved on 15 April 2017
At the same address, Dagmar and Irena Roubíčková were registered. Both survived the Shoah. It is not known in which relation the ladies stood with Ludvík Roubíček.
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DAGMAR ROUBÍČKOVÁ
BORN 1925
DEPORTED 1943
TO THERESIENSTADT
SURVIVED
Biskupcova 1766/13
was born in 1925. She was deported to Theresienstadt concentration camp in 1943. She survived.United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database: IRENA ROUBICKOVA, retrieved on 17 April 2017
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IRENA ROUBÍČKOVÁ
BORN 1928
DEPORTED 1943
TO THERESIENSTADT
SURVIVED
Biskupcova 1766/13
was born on 23 December 1928. On 6 March 1943, she was deported from Prague to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport Cv. Her transport number was 150. There she was interred for more than 18 months. On 6 October 1944, she was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp by transport Eo. Her transport number was 756. She survived.United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database: IRENA ROUBICKOVA, retrieved on 17 April 2017
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ADOLF SOJKA
BORN 1890
DEPORTED 1942
TO THERESIENSTADT
MURDERED
IN AUSCHWITZ
Radhoštská 1940/6
was born on 14 April 1891. He was married to Olga née Taussig. The last residence of the couple before deportation was in Prague XII. On 8 February 1942, he was deported from Prague to Theresienstadt concentration camp by transport W. His transport number was 374 of 1,002. Most probably his wife was on the same transport. There they were interred for more than two and a half years. Then the couple were separated on 28 September 1944 when Adolf Soyka was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp by transport Ek. His transport number was 448 of 2,500. He was murdered by the Nazi regime.holocaust.cz: ADOLF SOYKA, retrieved on 14 April 2017The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names: http://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=4815253&ind=1&winId=2550245003976726546 ADOLF SOYKA, retrieved on 14 April 2017
His wife survived.
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OLGA SOJKOVÁ
BORN 1895
DEPORTED 1942
TO THERESIENSTADT
SURVIVED
Radhoštská 1940/6
née Taussig was born in 1895 in Prague. Her parents were Leopold Taussig and Wilhelmine née Freund. She was married to Adolf Soyka. In 1942, the couple were deported in 1942 to Theresienstadt concentration camp. After two and a half years they were separated when Adolf Soyka was deported to Auschwitz concentration camp on 28 September 1944. Her husband was murdered, Olga Soyková could survive.geni.com: Olga Soyka (Taussig), retrieved on 14 April 2017

Dates of collocations

According to the website of Gunter Demnig the Stolpersteine of Prague were posed on 8 October 2008, 7 November 2009, 12 June 2010, 13 to 15 July 2011 and on 17 July 2013 by the artist himself. A further collocation occurred on 28 October 2012, but is not mentioned on Demnig's page.
The Czech Stolperstein project was initiated in 2008 by the Česká unie židovské mládeže (Czech Union of Jewish Youth) and was realized with the patronage of the Mayor of Prague.Zdeňka Kuchyňová: Praha má na chodnících své první pamětní kameny holocaustu, Radio Praha, 19 October 2008https://archive.today/20151015094707/http://www.stolpersteine.cz/de/unsere-steine/stolpersteine-in-tr archive.is/6bh0z Stolpersteine in der Tschechischen Republik, stolpersteine.cz, retrieved on 18 March 2017

See also

  • List of cities by country that have stolpersteine
  • Stolpersteine in the Czech Republic

External links


  • The Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names, created by Yad Vashem
  • holocaust.cz, database of the Jewish Museum in Prague
  • stolpersteine.eu, Demnig's website

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