The Memory of Treblinka Foundation

First Name
Natalia
Last Name
Szpilfogel-Lichtenbaumowa Lichtenbojm
Maiden Name
Date of birth
03.07.1887/1890
Place of birth
Wola Krzyżtoporska
Gender
female
Mother's name
Ewelina
Mother's maiden name
Father's name
Aba
Age
52/55
In the family
wife
Marital status
married
Spouse's name
Abram
Profession
pediatrician
Country
Poland
City
Warsaw
Street
Poznańska 38
The city during the war
Warsaw
Street during the war
Grzybowska 16/10
Notes
"She specialized in children's diseases. She was a school doctor and a doctor at the Infant Care Center. Then she was the head and chief doctor of the Władysław Medem Sanatorium for Children in Falenica and the manager of the TPD Mother and Child Care Station in Warsaw at 60 Sienna St. During the occupation, she was the head of the infectious ward of the Bersons and Baumans hospital. She was deported to Treblinka." "A large portion of the hospital staff was taken on the First Action, which took place on July 22, 1942. Each day, valuable medically trained personnel, nurses and technical staff ‘disappear’ [euphemism – are selected for killing]. Dr. N. Lichtenbojm, Mr. and Mrs. Glozman, Dr. Kleniec are among the tragic ranks of those condemned to death who march in front of the windows of the hospital. Dr. Jadwiga Baumberg-Benkel poisoned herself along with numerous other people whose names are already lost, there are so many that no one can remember and pay homage [suicide]."
Place of death
Treblinka
Date of death
30.07.1942

Source

YVP Maria Szereszewska; www.getto.pl; J. B. Gliński, “Słownik biograficzny lekarzy i farmaceutów: ofiar drugiej wojny światowej”, t. 3

Record ID
1481
Date of placing in the database
23.06.2015
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