Solomon (Abraham Solomon) Gluck , a French doctor and a member of the Resistance, was born on November 5th 1914, with Zurich, in Suisse, the son of Paul (Pinhas) Gluck-Friedman (1886-1964) and of Henia Shipper (1887-1968).
His/her father was downward direct Masters hassidic going back to Magid Dov Baer de Mezeritch (1704-1772), the disciple and successor of the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of the Hassidisme. He had three sisters, Antoinette Feuerwerker, born in Belgium, and Pink Warfman and Hendel (Hedwig) Naftalis, born have Zurich. His/her parents originating in Tarnow and Przemysl, Galicie, Austria-Hungary, lived in Belgium before being established in Suisse, during the First World War. The family lived then in Germany, and came in France in 1921, to live with Strasbourg. Solomon Gluck began his secondary studies with the Lycée Fustel-in-Coulanges Strasbourg, located close to the Cathedral, and finished them with the Lycée Kléber, near to the new residence of its family. It supplemented its medical studies with the Université of Strasbourg.
When the Second world war began, it was with London, since 1938, making its boarding school. It decided to turn over in France and to join the French Army , on September 16th 1939. It was sent on the face, on the Ligne Maginot, with the rank of second lieutenant, for the duration of the marketing year 1939-1940. Officer, it was made prisoner with the Oflag 12b (localized with the Citadelle of Mainz, in Germany), and found his freedom in 1941. With its release, it accepted the Military Cross 39-40.
With the racist laws of Vichy (Mode of Vichy) (Laws of the mode of Vichy on the statute of the Jews), it could not exert as a doctor. Nevertheless, it practiced its profession in a House of children with Broût-Vernay (Allier), fascinating charges health with it with young orphans. This house of children belonged to the network created by the OSE (Work of Help to the Children).
Informed of its imminent arrest, it joint his/her sister Antoinette Feuerwerker, and her husband, the Rabbi David Feuerwerker, with Brive-the-Strapping woman, Corrèze. They work together at the sides of Edmond Michelet, in the Resistance movement " Combat". After the arrest in the Synagog of Brive of his/her sister, Rose, off-set has Auschwitz, it goes to Lyon, in February 1944, where it joined Lyons resistance. Shortly after it is stopped by the Milice, when while trying to protect his father maltreated by these agents, it is declared openly like a member of resistance.
Taken along at the height of Montluc (Montluc) to Lyon, then with Drancy (Camp of Drancy), close to Paris, on May 11th, 1944, under number 21530, it is off-set by convoy 73 , one of the rare trains coming from France including/understanding only men, and with for final destination not Auschwitz, but Kaunas in Lithuania or Reval (aujourdhui called Tallin) in Estonia. Dr. Solomon Gluck was probably assassinated, like the majority of the 878 men of convoy 73, it or about on May 20th 1944. Its name is registered on the tomb of his/her father with Haifa, Israel, and on the Mur of the Names, with the Mémorial of Shoah, on the site of the Memorial of unknown the Juif martyr, 17 rue Geoffroy l'Asnier, in the district of the Marais to Paris, like eternal memory.
Serge Klarsfeld. the Memorial of the Deportation of the Jews of France . Happy and Serge Klarsfeld: Paris, 1978.
- Elie Feuerwerker. The Bench. Lesson In Emunah. The Jewish Near, New York, June 14,1996.
- Elie Feuerwerker. France and the Nazis. Letter to the Editor. The NewYork Times, June 20,2001.
- Hillel Feuerwerker. Solomon Gluck . In: " We Somme 900 French . IV . " , edited by Eve Line Blum-Cherchevsky, Paris, Besancon, 2003. ISBN 2-9513703-4-2
- Mordechai Naftalis. Deportees of Alsace. Doctor Solomon Gluck.
- Rene Gutman. Memorbuch . Memorial of the Deportation and the Resistance of the Jews of the Low-Rhine . The Blue Cloud: Strasbourg, 2005. ISBN 2-7165-0550-0
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