Projektbeschreibung
« Stumbling Stones
Map

01 August-Bebel-Str.
02 Bergstraße
03 Berliner Str.
04 Bischofstr.
05 Kleine Oderstr.
06 Buschmühlenweg
07 Carthausplatz
08 Franz-Mehring-Str.
09 Franz-Mehring-Str.
10 Fürstenwalder Str.
11 Gr. Müllroser Str.
12 Gubener Str.
13 Huttenstraße
14 Karl-Marx-Str.
15 Brunnenplatz
16 Karl-Marx-Str.
17 Lindenstraße
18 Puschkinstraße
19 Sophienstraße
20 Zehmeplatz
21 ul. Kopernika
22 Karl-Marx-Str.
23 Karl-Marx-Str.
24 Karl-Marx-Str.
25 Karl-Marx-Str.
26 Rosengasse
27 Wollenweberstr.
28 Lenné-Passage
29 ul. Sienkiewicza

15 Brunnenplatz / Karl-Marx-Straße

Julius Rosenbaum (1879 -   1944)
Erna Rosenbaum, geb. Meyersohn (1892 -   1944)

Julius Rosenbaum (1879 - 1944) was married, in a second marriage, to Erna Rosenbaum, née Meyersohn (1892 - 1944) and lived at Richterstraße 57 (today Karl-Marx-Straße). Julius was a retired teacher and cantor of the synagogue in Frankfurt.

In 1939 the couple emigrated to the Netherlands and because of their emigration they were one year later declared stateless.

In 1943 they were taken from Westerbork Concentration Camp to Bergen-Belsen.

In January 1944 they were deported to Theresienstadt and from here they were sent to Auschwitz in October 1944.


360 Grad Animation öffnen/schließen:

15 Brunnenplatz, Synagogue memorial stone
(formerly: Wollenweberstr 59/60)

Dr. Martin Salomonski (1881 -   1944) 
Quelle: Naoum Cheer, Jüdische Gemeinde Frankfurt (Oder)

Dr. Martin Salomonski (1881 - 1944) grew up in Berlin. After studying at the universities in Berlin and Tübingen, as well as at the Berlin Higher Institute for Jewish Studies, he was a rabbi in Frankfurt from 1910.

During the First World War he served as an army rabbi. In 1925 he returned to Berlin and from then on acted as a rabbi to the liberal community. He was committed to the social and cultural concerns of the Berlin Jewish community, and in the Nazi era tried to secure Jewish facilities through fund raising.

Dr. Martin Salomonski had six children. On 19.06.2010 he was deported with two of his children, Adolf Fritz and Rith Miriam to the Theresienstadt Ghetto.

There he also acted as a preacher and teacher, before he was deported to Auschwitz on 16.10.1944 and killed there. His children Adolf Fritz and Rith Miriam were also murdered by the National Socialists. The other four daughters managed to survive in exile.

« Virtual Walk Map

A - Jewish beginnings
B - The Old University
C - Hebrew Printing
D - The Jewish Community
E - The Jewish Hospital and "Jews' Houses"
F - Fates: Dr. Hermann Neumark
G - The Reformed Synagogue
H - The Jewish Cemetery
I - Fates: The Fellert Family
J - The Gestapo Headquarters and the Hannemann Group
K - Architect Konrad Wachsmann
L - Jewish Entrepreneurs in Frankfurt (Oder) - Hirsch Department Store
M - Jewish Entrepreneurs in Frankfurt (Oder) - Neumann bedspring factory
N - Fates: Nissel Weißmann


Kontakt
Institut für angewandte Geschichte
Große Scharrnstraße 59
15230 Frankfurt (Oder)
E-Mail: info@instytut.net

Bank:
DKB
Bankleitzahl:
12030000
Kontonummer:
1001173325
Betreff:
Jüdisches Frankfurt

Initiativgruppe "Stolpersteine für Frankfurt (Oder) und Slubice"

Stolpersteinbroschüre - broszurka o kamieniach pamięci

Stolpersteine Teil I
Stolpersteine Teil II


Audioguide durch das jüdische Frankfurt (Oder)
(deutsch / 121MB)


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