Werner Gembicki – Memories

The following is a typescript of the memories of Werner Gembicki (later, Gamby) – from his childhood in Hamburg, his imprisonment in Sachsenhausen, his residence in Kitchener camp, his emigration to the USA, and his family’s postwar life.

Richborough transit camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, Family, Childhood, 1933, Marriage, Hamburg, November 1938, page 1
Kitchener camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, Family, Childhood, 1933, Marriage, Hamburg, November 1938, page 1
Richborough refugee camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, Release from Sachsenhausen, School anniversary and appearance after imprisonment, January 1939 Rotterdam, Problems with papers, page 3
Kitchener camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, Release from Sachsenhausen, School anniversary and appearance after imprisonment, January 1939 Rotterdam, Problems with papers, page 3
Richborough refugee camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, return to Hamburg, SS, Paperwork problems, Risk of imprisonment, July 1939 Kitchener camp, Family sailed for USA December 1939, page 4
Kitchener camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, return to Hamburg, SS, Paperwork problems, Risk of imprisonment, July 1939 Kitchener camp, Family sailed for USA December 1939, page 4
Richborough transit camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, USA and affidavits, Family in Germany, Transport 7 December 1941, Riga ghetto, killed 26 March 1943, page 5
Kitchener camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, USA and affidavits, Family in Germany, Transport 7 December 1941, Riga ghetto, killed 26 March 1943, page 5
Richborough transit camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, Employment in USA, Felix Kramarsky, Textile exports to South America, page 6
Kitchener camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, Employment in USA, Felix Kramarsky, Textile exports to South America, page 6
Richborough refugee camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, W. Gamby and Co. Inc. established in 1949, 1945 American Citizenship, Postwar lives, page 7
Kitchener camp, Werner Gembecki, 1915 to 1995, W. Gamby and Co. Inc. established in 1949, 1945 American Citizenship, Postwar lives, page 7