Gluck, Rose bat Pinhas

Birth Name Gluck, Rose bat Pinhas
Gender female


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth October 4, 1916 Zürich, kanton Zürich, Schweiz  

Education   Lycée International des Pontonniers, Strasbourg, arrondissement of Strasbourg-Ville, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France  

Education 1941 Institut de Puériculture et de Périnatalogie, Paris, Île-de-France, France Rose Gluck studied to be a nurse

Camp March, 1944 Drancy Camp d'internement Drancy internment camp, Paris, Bobigny, Seine-Saint-Denis, Île-de-France, France Rose Gluck was arrested in the Synagogue of Brive

Transport April 29, 1944 Convoy 72 Convoy 72 transported prisoners from Camp d'internement de Drancy to Auschwitz Konzentrationslager

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.

Camp 1944 Auschwitz Konzentrationslager, Oświęcim, powiat Oświęcimski, województwo Małopolskie, Polska  

Event Note

Rose (Gluck) Warfman was spared the gas chambers on the intervention of Josef Mengele, when he discovered she spoke German.

Camp   Groß-Rosen Konzentrationslager, Rogoźnica, Dolny Śląsk, powiatŚwidnicki, województwo Dolnośląskie, Polska  

Event Note

Rose Gluck worked on an assembly-line in a munitions factory, from six in the evening to six in the morning.
There was only one break: half an hour between midnight and twelve thirty.

Boat July 11, 1947 יציאת אירופה Exodus 1947 אקסודוס תש"ז USS President Warfield  

Event Note

Rose (Gluck) Warfman played a key role in the sailing of Exodus 1947, arranging documentation (made the false identity cards) to enable the passengers to travel.

Occupation     Rose Gluck she returned to Paris. She became the one and sole employee of El Al, when it opened in Paris

Marriage     Nachman Warfman married Rose Gluck

Honor April 14, 2009    

Event Note

On February 10, 1959, Rose (Gluck) Warfman was awarded the title of Chevalier in the Légion d'honneur, by the French Government for her work in the Résistance.
She also was awarded:
* la Médaille Militaire 1939–1945
* la Croix de guerre 1939–1945
* la Croix du Combattant Volontaire de la Résistance.

Event Note

On April 10, 2009, Rose (Gluck) Warfman was awarded the Légion d'honneur, one of France’s highest honours, for her wartime activities on behalf of the French Résistance.



Father Gluck-Friedman, Pinhas Paul
Mother Shipper, Henia
  1. Gluck, Salomon Abraham ben Pinhas (Paul)


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