Emanuël Pimontel

Marriage record of Abraham Pimontel and Judith Mullem. source: Noord-Hollands Archief
Pimontel family population register. Source: Stadsarchief Amsterdam
Emanuël and Esther Dreesde’s marriage certificate. Source: Noord-Hollands Archief
Emanuël’s union card. Source: Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis
Emanuël Pimontel, 1930s. Source: Kazerne Dossin
Esther Pimontel-Dreesde, 1930s. Source: Kazerne Dossin
Abraham Pimontel c. 1941. Source: Felix Archives
German bicycle troops crossing a stream in Belgium, 17 May 1940. Source: NIOD
Abraham’s alien bulletin. Source: Felix Archives
Original page from Transport VI’s deportation list; handwritten comments added by post-war tracers. Source: Kazerne Dossin
The next page of this section of Transport VI’s deportation list; Joël had been cut off. Source: Kazerne Dossin
Jacob van Rijn, Pimontel family friend, c. 1923. Source: Felix Archives
Cato van Rijn-Caun, Esther Caun’s niece and Pimontel family friend, c. 1923. Source: Felix Archives
Jewish forced laborers from the Klettendorf labor camp build the Berlin-Breslau portion of the Reichsbahn, c. 1942. Source: USHMM via Jacob Hennenberg.
Abraham’s portion of the deportation list from Transport XVI. Source: Kazerne Dossin
Kazerne Dossin (Mechelen) in 1942. Source: Kazerne Dossin
Samson Pimontel, the youngest son of Emanuël’s brother, Salomon. Source: Felix Archives
Copy of a page from Transport XVII’s deportation list. Source: Kazerne Dossin

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