Countries through which people fled: Czechoslovakia

Edith Friedlander was born in Vienna in 1922 as Edith Käufler. After the Anschluss she emigrated with her parents to Prague. She arrived in the Theresienstadt Ghetto in 1942 with her mother, from where they were deported to Auschwitz in 1944. Friedlander's mother was murdered there. Friedlander was sent to the Oederan concentration camp supcamp near Chemnitz. After the war Friedlander lived in Prague before deciding to emigrate to the USA in 1947. At the time of the interview she lived in New York City.
Josef Kohn was born in Vienna in 1925 and lived with his parents in the 20th district. After the Anschluss he joined Hashomer Hatzair and was able to flee Austria as part of the so-called "Kladovo transport". Kohn belonged to a small group who survived and arrived in Palestine in March 1941. His parents did not survive. Kohn was later active in the Kibbutz Gan Shmuel in various areas of work before he dedicated himself to working with young people, something that led him to live for several years in Vienna in the 1970s. He now lives in Israel.
Baruch Milrom was born in 1921 in Baden bei Wien where his parents ran a grocery shop. After the 'Anschluss', the shop was looted by SA men and the family had to leave Baden shortly after. He was able to flee to Palestine with the help of a Zionist youth organisation. His brother was also able to escape, but his parents were murdered in the Shoah. In Israel he worked for an international shipping company, amongst others. At the time of the interview he lived in Haifa. 
Frederick Terna was born Friedrich Arthur Taussig in 1923 in the 19th district of Vienna. He moved with his family to Prague in 1927. After the invasion of the Wehrmacht, Terna was thrown out of school and in 1941 was imprisoned by the Gestapo. He was interned in several camps, including Linden bei Deutsch-Brod and the Auschwitz and Kaufering concentration camps. After his liberation, Terna returned to Prague as the only survivor in his family. In 1946, he fled to France and from there to Canada. He moved to New York City in 1952 where he was living as an artist at the time of his interview.