Address: Prague 1, náměstí Franze Kafky 2/14, (2010)
Eduard Böhm was born on 18 October 1874 in Teplice. He was the son of Alois Böhm and Eliska Kraus. He married Hermína Fischer, also known as Fišerová. The couple had one son (Jiří, born on 19 December 1921). Böhm worked as a traveling salesman for a textile company. His last address before deportation was Kaprová 13. Together with his wife Hermína he was deported to the Łódź Ghetto with transport C on 26 October 1941. His transport number was 787. The couple was killed during the Holocaust.

His son Jiří could survive the Holocaust. In 1940 he was sent to Palastine. He was one of the survivors of the Patri disaster. After 1945 he returned to Prague and became the father of two children (Milan and Jiřina, later married as Matoušková). Both kids had two children each.
Last residence before deportation: Prague I
Address/place of registration in the Protectorate: Prague I, Kaprová 13
Transport C, no. 787 (26. 10. 1941, Prague -> Łódź)