Fleischmann, Gisi

(1897-1944)
   Slovak underground leader during the Holocaust. She served as the head of WIZO in Slovakia before the war. She was deported from Slovakia in March 1942, and became one of the founders of the Committee of Six which was a precursor to the Working Group. During the period of the deportations, the Working Group sought to end the flow of transports to the East.

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