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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Prague. Klimentska Street

Klimentska Street.

Peter goes here early to help Mr. Emil Bondy * with his luggage for his forced transport to Poland. Petr needed a pass: curfew for Jews until 6 AM. Page 45. Here it is: down from Stefanik's Bridge - www.mapy.cz/searchScreen?query=ulice%20Klimentska,%20Praha.

From the websites, it appears to be a residential street. See a picture and fine narrative article - human interest - at www.radio.cz/en/article/75954/limit, "A Window in Klimentska Street," by Linda Mastalier, February 19, 2006.  Shorthand customs for recording dates:  We would write month-day-year 2/19/06. Europe writes day-month-year 19/2/06.

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*  Yad Vashem record, Emil Bondy:  Perished.  See these public records at ://www.yadvashem.org/wps/portal   Note that his spouse is "Anda".  Is that Petr's Auntie Anda?

"Full Record Details for  Bondi Emil
Source      Pages of Testimony
Last Name      BONDI
First Name      EMIL
Father's First Name      BERNARD
Mother's First Name      ZOFIA
Mother's First Name      SOFIA
Gender      Male
Date of Birth      16/05/1889
Age      53
Place of Birth      PRAHA,PRAHA HLAVNI MESTO,BOHEMIA,CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Marital Status      MARRIED
Spouse's First Name      ANDA
Spouse's First Name      ANNA
Spouse's First Name      ANA
Permanent residence      PRAHA,PRAHA HLAVNI MESTO,BOHEMIA,CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Profession      MERCHANT
Place during the war      LODZ,LODZ,LODZ,POLAND
Place of Death      LODZ,LODZ,LODZ,POLAND
Date of Death      03/05/1942
Type of material      Page of Testimony
Submitter's Last Name      BONDI
Submitter's First Name      RUT
Relationship to victim      NEPHEW"

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