Opas life : the life and times of Otto Paul Neu (1902-1998) (Book, 2002) [WorldCat.org]
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Opas life : the life and times of Otto Paul Neu (1902-1998)

Author: Otto Paul Neu; Robert Neu
Publisher: Great Neck, N.Y. : EMQUAD International, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
Summary:
Otto Paulus Neu was born 21 July 1902 in Berlin, Germany. His parents were Gyula Neu (1875-1944) and Gizella Rozenzweig (1873-1944). He married Anna Antonia Friedemann in about 1927 in Danzig. They had three children. He was converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1928. He married Maria Schlesinger 2 December 1937 in Paris. They had one son, Robert. Otto died 19 December 1998 in Eatontown,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Otto Paul Neu; Otto Paul Neu; Neu.; Rozenzweig.; Szarvas.; Schlesinger.; Klein.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Otto Paul Neu; Robert Neu
ISBN: 097184061X 9780971840614
OCLC Number: 52720866
Description: 252 pages ; 28 cm
Responsibility: transcribed and edited by Robert Neu.

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Otto Paulus Neu was born 21 July 1902 in Berlin, Germany. His parents were Gyula Neu (1875-1944) and Gizella Rozenzweig (1873-1944). He married Anna Antonia Friedemann in about 1927 in Danzig. They had three children. He was converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1928. He married Maria Schlesinger 2 December 1937 in Paris. They had one son, Robert. Otto died 19 December 1998 in Eatontown, New Jersey. Includes his experiences living in France during World War II, including time spent in a civilian prison camp where he was sent because he had been born in Germany. His family was Jewish and many of his relatives, including his parents, died in the Holocaust. Includes information on his ancestors in Hungary. Includes Szarvas, Klein and related families.

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