Sara Sophia Nenk-Noach

Zutphen, - Auschwitz,
Sara Sophia werd 29 jaar
Afgevoerd van Sprongstraat 1
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Sara Sophia had vele bijnamen: Todje, Selly en Selma. Sara was gehuwd geweest tot 5 januari 1938 met Mozes Leuw (21-11-1915, Amsterdam). Zij is op 30 april 1942 opnieuw getrouwd met Asser Nenk (9-1-1913/28-02-1945) uit Arnhem. Asser woonde in Rotterdam. Uit de 'List of Theresienstadt Camp Inmates' bij Yad Vashem, blijkt dat zij op 06-09-1944 met transport XXIV/7 uit Nederland naar Theresienstadt is gedeporteerd. En naar Auschwitz op 04-10-1944. Sara en Mozes hadden een zoon: Salomon. Salomon was een patiënt in de Psychiatrische Inrichting 'Het Groot Graffel' in Warnsveld. Hij is daar weggehaald en op transport gesteld.
Sara is op 5 januari 1938 gescheiden van haar man Mozes Leuw. Mozes overleed op 1 januari 1997 in Groot Brittanië. In de buurt van Norwich. Hij was daar slager. Mozes was de zoon van Salomon Leuw en Betje Wolf.
Hieronder een getuigenverslag over Mozes (Maup) Leuw door de Engelsman Peter Glass uit Londen:
He left Holland in 1938 after an incident in Zutphen which involved local & German Nazi members and rashly decided to enlist in the French Foreign Legion! (Vreemdelingen Legioen), where he spent the next 5 years. On completion of the 5 year term he came to England and enlisted in the Free Dutch Forces and was a rear gunner in the Air Force at RAF Swanton Morley in Norfolk. He survived many missions over Holland, Belgium & Germany and was with the forces until it was disbanded in 1946. He had met his second wife in 1943, and was married at East Dereham in Norfolk in 1944, where the eldest son (Louis Maup ) was born in (26-07-1945). In late 1946 they returned to Holland and lived in the centre of Amsterdam, where he and a business partner ran a resturant,called appropriately "The Flying Dutchman " ,during their tenure here the second son was born, Alfred Rudy (17-07-1947). He found it difficult to settle in Holland after the war and they retuned to England in 1949 ,settling down in the Norwich area, and he stayed here until his death on 1st January 1997. He and his second wife divorced in the 1970s and he married for the 3rd time at the end of that decade, both of the last 2 marriages were outside of the Jewish faith ,as he lost his interest in religion after the war. As his son related, he did not talk much about his past until he was quite old, allthough they new about his 1st marriage to Sarah and about Salomon, I think he always felt guilty about not being in Holland when the war started and the occupation of the country. Peter Glass (Londen)