Gluck, Salomon Abraham ben Pinhas (Paul)

Birth Name Gluck, Salomon Abraham ben Pinhas (Paul)
Call Name Salomon
Gender male
Age at Death 29 years, 6 months, 15 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth November 5, 1914 Zürich, kanton Zürich, Schweiz  

Education   Lycée Kléber, Strasbourg, Alsace, France  

Event Note

Salomon Gluck started high school at Lycée Fustel de Coulanges.

Military Service September 16, 1939 Armée de terre French Army, Forces armées françaises Salomon Gluck enlisted, and was sent to the front, on the Maginot Line, as a second lieutenant

Event Note

As an officer, Salomon Gluck was taken as a prisoner at Offizier-Lager 12b, in the Citadel of Mainz.
He was released in 1941.

Honor 1941   Salomon Gluck received the Croix de Guerre 39-40

Occupation     Salomon Gluck worked as a physician in a Children's Home organized by l;Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants, at Broût-Vernet

Camp May 11, 1944 Drancy Camp d'internement Drancy internment camp, Paris, Bobigny, Seine-Saint-Denis, Île-de-France, France  

Event Note

Salomon Gluck was arrested by the Milice, while protecting his father, who was being brutalized.

Event Note

Salomon Gluck was taken to Fort de Montluc, Lyon.
He was transported to Camp de Drancy.

Transport May 16, 1944 Convoy 73  

Event Note

Between March 27, 1942, and August 22, 1944, seventy-five major convoys deported Jews from France to the East, most going directly to Auschwitz.
Sixty-three of the transports left from Drancy.
Eight transports left from Pithiviers and Beaune-la-Rolande, in the Loiret Department.
One transport left from Compiègne, one transport from Lyon, and one transport from Angers, and a last small convoy from Clermont-Ferrand.

Event Note

On May 15, 1944, Convoy 73 left Drancy, transporting 1,004 Jews to Auschwitz.

Death May 20, 1944 Auschwitz Konzentrationslager, Oświęcim, powiat Oświęcimski, województwo Małopolskie, Polska  

Event Note

Salomon Gluck probably perished, like most of the 878 men in Convoy 73, on MAy 15, 1944, at Camp de Drancy.

Event Note

Salomon Gluck's name is inscribed on his father's tomb in Haifa, and on the Mur des Noms, at the Mémorial du Martyr Juif Inconnu, in Paris



Father Gluck-Friedman, Pinhas Paul
Mother Shipper, Henia
  1. Gluck, Rose bat Pinhas


  1. Gluck-Friedman, Pinhas Paul
    1. Shipper, Henia
      1. Gluck, Salomon Abraham ben Pinhas (Paul)
      2. Gluck, Rose bat Pinhas