The Liebman –

Loveman Family

Introduction

The New Jersey Liebmans

The Cleveland Lovemans

The Southern Lovemans

Literary Lovemans

Loveman Merchants

Those Who Stayed Behind

Victims Survivors  1 2 3

 

Click on a name in either family tree below for more information on many individuals listed. For a full page, printable family tree, click here for the top tree and here for the bottom one. 

 

New Jersey and Cleveland Branches

 

 

Southern Loveman Branch

 

 
 

 

 Those Who Stayed Behind: Victims 

 

ot all of the Liebmans emigrated to America. Many families stayed in Europe and lived out their lives in Slovakia - which, of course, was part of Czechoslovakia between the wars - or in other parts of Hungary. Most of them died untimely deaths at the hands of the Nazis.

Before World War II, about 135,000 Jews lived in Slovakia. About 40,000 lived in areas that became part of Hungary in 1939, and 5,000 emigrated before the war began. This left 90,000 Jews, or about 3% of the population, on the eve of the Holocaust. Under the Nazis, the Czechoslovak government soon initiated many anti-Semitic measures. Jews were expelled from governments jobs, then the military. Soon Jewish-owned businesses were taken over, and by 1941 Jews were forced to wear yellow armbands.

Deportations began in 1942, mostly for Poland, where victims were imprisoned in labor camps and ghettos and then sent to their deaths at Majdanek, Sobibor and Belzec. There were also direct transports to Auschwitz. Nearly 59,000 Jews were deported in 1942, and about 10,000 left Slovakia for Hungary, leaving only about 19,000, who had been granted exemptions for work deemed essential. After the 1944 Slovak uprising, however, Germany moved to exterminate all Slovakian Jews. About 12,000 were deported in 1944-1945. All told, 100,000 perished in the Holocaust.

The Liebman family lost many lives as part of the Nazi "final solution." Among those who died were 70 family members and  spouses. There were surely many more victims whose deaths were never documented. This page is a tribute to them all.

  IN MEMORIAM

Bertha Friedman Davido-

vics

 (?-1943)

Denes
Friedman
(1920-1944)

 

Fani

Friedman

Friedman

(1888

1944)

Regina
Friedman
(?-1942)

 

Regina Klein
Friedman
(1867-1944)

Salomon
Friedman
(1867-1942)

 

Linka Liebman Glueck

(1883-

1944)

Ludevit Glueck

(1874-1944)

Bella Glueck Klein

(1900-1944)

Lajos Klein

(1897-1944)

Agnes Markovic

(1936-1944)

Jolan Glueck

Markovic

(1907-1944)

Margit Glueck Rojak

(1905-1944)

Paul Rojak
(1934-1944)

Joseph Rosenfeld
(?-1943)

Serena
Friedman
Rosenfeld
(1893-1938)

 Jolan Friedman Silberstein
(1899-1942)

Philip
Silberstein
(1896-1942)

Olga Feige

Vizer

(1939-1944)

Arpad
Wirkman
(1911-1944)

Magda
Wirkman
Klein
(1916-1944)

Marcel Baroth (1890-1944)

Irene Friedmann Burger (1900-1942)

Maximilian Davidovics (1892-1943)

Franciszka Liebman Feldbrand (1896-1944)

Unknown Friedman (?-1944)

Alfred Friedman (1912-1944)

Anna Hertz Friedman (1922-1944

Antonia Neuman Friedman (1872- 1944)

Armin Friedman (1886-1944)

Ferdinand Friedmann (1909-1943)

Herman Friedmann (1878-1944)

Morris Friedman (1865-1942)

Thomas Friedmann (1937-1943)

Arpad Gruber (?-1942)

Ervin Gruber (1914-1942)

Malvine Neumann Gruber (?-1942)

Jolan Friedman Klein (1899-1944)

Imre Klein (1922-1944)

Laci Klein (1939-1944)

Laszlo Klein (1908-1942)

Michael Klein (1941-1944)

Miksa Klein (1888-1944)

Stephen Klein (1940-1944)

Hermin Friedman Kluger (1897- 1944)

Miklos Kluger (1886-1944)

Bela Lebovits (1897-1944)

Eugen Lebovits (?-1944)

Hermina Liebman Lebovits  (1891-

1944)

Irma Weinberger Liebman (?-1944)
Viliam Markovic (1894-1944)
Ladislav Neuman (1909-1944)
Hermine Neumann (?-1942)
Regine Neumann (?-1942)
Berta Friedman Neumann (?-1944)
Alexander Neumann (?-1942)
Ben Neumann (?-1942)
Emanuel Neumann (?-1942)
Fredy Neumann (?-1942)

Ladislav Neumann (1909-1944)
Lea Neumann (?-1942)
Salomon Neumann (1866-1942)
Unknown Perlman (?-1944)

Edit Perlman (1930-1944)
Berta Roth Perlman (1904-1944)
Rezi Friedman Roth (1879-1944)
Armin Roth (1915-1944)
Herman Roth ( ?-1944)

Jolan Friedman Silberstein (?-1942)
Laszlo Weisz (1937-1944)
Leopold Weisz (1906-1944)
Julia Friedman Wirkman (1884-1944

Agnes Hetenyi Wirkman (1918-1944)
Susan Wirkman (1938-1944)

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