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Juden in Nürtingen in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus

Author: Manuel Werner; Reinhard Tietzen; Stadtarchiv Nürtingen.
Publisher: Nürtingen [Germany] : Verlag Sindlinger-Burchartz, 1998.
Series: Veröffentlichungen des Stadtarchivs Nürtingen, Bd. 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : GermanView all editions and formats
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Pp. 13-30 relate the history of Jewish settlement in Nürtingen (Württemberg) from the second half of the 19th century to the Nazi period. Many of the Jews were cattle-dealers. 34 Jews lived in Nürtingen in 1900; eleven remained in 1933, and only four in 1937. In December 1937 the permit of the cattle-dealer Heinrich Herrmann was withdrawn, and he moved with his wife to Stuttgart. In 1938 Anna Frank was the only  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel Werner; Reinhard Tietzen; Stadtarchiv Nürtingen.
ISBN: 3928812181 9783928812184
OCLC Number: 40284854
Language Note: German.
Notes: "Herausgegeben vom Stadtarchiv Nürtingen. Redaktion: Reinhard Tietzen"--Title page verso.
Description: 159 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 25 cm.
Series Title: Veröffentlichungen des Stadtarchivs Nürtingen, Bd. 1.
Responsibility: Manuel Werner.

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Pp. 13-30 relate the history of Jewish settlement in Nürtingen (Württemberg) from the second half of the 19th century to the Nazi period. Many of the Jews were cattle-dealers. 34 Jews lived in Nürtingen in 1900; eleven remained in 1933, and only four in 1937. In December 1937 the permit of the cattle-dealer Heinrich Herrmann was withdrawn, and he moved with his wife to Stuttgart. In 1938 Anna Frank was the only Jewish resident; in October 1941 she was forced to move to the Haigerloch ghetto, where she died due to an untreated hip fracture (as a Jew she was not entitled to medical treatment). Pp. 57-74 contain a biography of Josef Herrmann, who had been a cattle-dealer in Nürtingen and was deported in 1942 from the Jewish home for the elderly in Herrlingen to Theresienstadt, where he died in September 1942. Pp. 75-113 present short biographies of members of seven Jewish families: Frank, Pressburger, Landauer, and four Herrmann families.

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