"Das war das neue Leben" : Leben und Wirken des jüdischen Kaufhausbesitzers Julius Bamberger und seiner Familie (Book, 1999) [WorldCat.org]
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"Das war das neue Leben" : Leben und Wirken des jüdischen Kaufhausbesitzers Julius Bamberger und seiner Familie

Author: Günther Rohdenburg
Publisher: Bremen : Selbstverlag des Staatsarchivs Bremen, 1999.
Series: Kleine Schriften des Staatsarchivs Bremen, Heft 29.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : GermanView all editions and formats
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A biography of Julius Bamberger, a German Jew born in 1880 in Bremen, who opened a warehouse in 1907. Describes the boycott against Jewish enterprises in 1933 and the Aryanization of Bamberger's department store in 1936. Bamberger's children were sent to a boarding school in 1935. Bamberger fled in 1937 to Switzerland, and later to France. In 1940 Bamberger and his son were interned in several camps, and his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Julius Bamberger; Bamberger family.; Bamberger family.; Julius Bamberger
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Günther Rohdenburg
ISBN: 3925729275 9783925729270
OCLC Number: 50667472
Language Note: German.
Description: 153 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Series Title: Kleine Schriften des Staatsarchivs Bremen, Heft 29.
Other Titles: Leben und Wirken des jüdischen Kaufhausbesitzers Julius Bamberger und seiner Familie
Leben und Wirken von Julius Bamberger
Responsibility: Günther Rohdenburg.

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A biography of Julius Bamberger, a German Jew born in 1880 in Bremen, who opened a warehouse in 1907. Describes the boycott against Jewish enterprises in 1933 and the Aryanization of Bamberger's department store in 1936. Bamberger's children were sent to a boarding school in 1935. Bamberger fled in 1937 to Switzerland, and later to France. In 1940 Bamberger and his son were interned in several camps, and his daughter was imprisoned in Gurs. Bamberger managed to escape, to free his daughter from Gurs, and to hide in a village in the region, where his son joined them. They fled to Spain in 1941 and succeeded in emigrating to the USA. His wife had stayed in Bremen and committed suicide in 1940.

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