<p>Thracian Jews crowded into an interior room of the <em>Karađorđe, </em>used as a deportation ship, just before it left the Danube River port of Lom. From Lom they were loaded onto four Bulgarian ships and taken to Vienna, where they were put on trains bound for the Treblinka killing center in occupied Poland. Lom, <a href="/narrative/5955/en">Bulgaria</a>, March 1943.</p>

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