Gilda (Hilda) Schaubert

Female22 July 1918–February 1943

Brief Life History of Gilda (Hilda)

When Gilda (Hilda) Schaubert was born on 22 July 1918, in Drewnica, Nowy Dwór County, Pomerania, Poland, her father, Johann Georg Schaubert, was 39 and her mother, Emilia Schaubert Reiminger, was 40. She died in February 1943, in Kazakhstan, at the age of 24.

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Family Time Line

Johann Georg Schaubert
1878–1949
Emilia Schaubert Reiminger
1878–1959
Emilia Schaubert Neustaedter
1905–2000
Selma Schaubert
1907–1999
Monika Schaubert Kambarov
1908–1999
Otto Schaubert
1910–1910
Ida Veronika Schaubert
1912–
Klara Schaubert Münch
1914–2007
Gilda (Hilda) Schaubert
1918–1943
Artur Schaubert
1920–1956

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    World Events (3)

    1919

    Age 1

    The Treaty of Versailles gives Poland western Prussia, thus getting access to the Baltic Sea.

    1926

    Age 8

    Pilsudski makes himself dictator of Poland. Despite the dictatorship, the economy stabilized at this time and culture continued to prosper.

    1939

    Age 21

    Nazi Germany invades Poland. Beginning of World War II as the United Kingdom declares war on Germany in response to the invasion. The Soviet Union invades from the east. Germany and the Soviet Union divide Poland between them and treat Polish citizens, particularly Jews, with extreme brutality.

    Name Meaning

    German: variant of Schubert .

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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