Stones of Remembrance in St. Pölten III/2020

Ed. by the Institute for Jewish History in Austria. St. Pölten 2020, 68 p., ISBN 978 3 9504682 2 9, € 8,- (plus postage). |mail: Order|

On October 1, 2020, the Institute for Jewish History of Austria, together with the City of St. Pölten, once again set "Stones of Remembrance" for the Jews of St. Pölten who were murdered during the Nazi era. This booklet contains, framed by personal texts of the relatives, the fates of 17 victims of the Shoah. The stone placements are continued annually.

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  • Preface by Mayor Matthias Stadler
  • „It is up to us to preserve the names of those who were murdered." Stones of remembrance 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz. Preface by Martha Keil
  • Brunngasse 1: Heinrich Schwager and his weife Sidonie, née Werner
  • Gabelsbergerstraße 3: Samuel Hacker and his wife Mathilde, née Kohut
  • Handel Mazzetti-Straße 75: Adolf and his wife Berta Berger, née Brosan
  • Kalcherstraße 2: Dr. Hugo Deutsch
  • Linzer Straße 27: Wilhelmine Frumet Wallisch, née Kohn, and her son Leo Kohn
  • Rathausgasse 8: Ida Weinsaft, née Allina, and her sister Natalie
  • Rathausplatz 8: Rosa Bondy and hist sisters Margarita and Marcella
  • Rennbahnstraße 24: Franz Alois Bondy and his wife Frieda Elisabeth, née Goldmann; Friedrich Wilhelm Bondy

 

 

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Stones of Remembrance in St. Pölten II/2019

Edited by Institute for Jewish History in Austria. St. Pölten 2019, 82 p., ISBN 978 3 9504682 1 2, € 8,- (plus Porto). |mail: Order|

In 2019, the Institute for Jewish History in Austria together with the city of St. Pölten continued to set “Stones of Remembrance” for the Jews of St. Pölten who were murdered during the Nazi era. This booklet contains the fates of 23 victims of the Shoah, framed by personal texts of relatives. The stone settings will continue every year.

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  • Preface by Mayor Matthias Stadler
  • “… an honor that they deserve as human beings”. Stones of Remembrance as Symbolic Gravestones. Preface by Martha Keil
  • Bachgasse 29: Josefine Tachau and her daughter Edith, Lizzi andEveline Kolb
  • Brunngasse 6: Paul Reiss and his brother Emil
  • Fuhrmannsgasse 18: Rabbiner Dr. Adolf Aron Schächter and his wife Rosa Rachel, née. Aron
  • Herzogenburger Straße 31: Josef Rosenstingl
  • Kerensstraße 14: Katharina Gelb and her sister Amalie
  • Kremser Landstraße 57: Paula Briefwechsler and her son Walter
  • Kremser Landstraße 61: Samuel and Josefine Eltbogen and their daughter Hilda
  • Mühlweg 20: Stadtbaumeister Rudolf Tintner
  • Mühlweg 78: Edmund Ariel and Jella Jehudit Hahn, née. Kerpen
  • Rathausgasse 1: Elisabeth Lang, née. Hirschler, and her daughter Lucy Herta; Juliane Steiner, née. Bachrach; Leopold Gelb

 

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Stones of Remembrance in St. Pölten I/2018

Edited by Institute for Jewish History in Austria. St. Pölten 2018, 76 p., ISBN 978 3 9504682 0 5, € 8,- (plus postage). |mail: Order|

In 2018 the Institute for Jewish History in Austria started setting “Stones of Remembrance“ in cooperation with the city of St. Pölten. 80 years after the “Anschluss“ this initiative honours the Jews of St. Pölten who were murdered during the Nazi era. Framed by personal texts of relatives this booklet contains the fates of 28 victims of the Shoah. The stone settings will continue every year.

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  • Preface by Mayor Matthias Stadler 
  • „Bright Beacons of Remembrance“. Introduction by Martha Keil
  •  Franziskanergasse 3: Jakob and Stefanie Winterstein 
  • Fuhrmannsgasse 15: Rudolf and Emma Kohn
  • Josefstraße 67: Sigmund and Berta Stern
  • Kremser Gasse 9: Heinrich and Hermine Gelb
  • Kremser Gasse 17: Johanna Morgenstern
  • Lederergasse 8: Daniel and Josefine Kerpen, Adolf Weinstein, Benedikt and Aurelia Aranka Süss, Wilhelm and Franziska Weiss
  • Rathausgasse 8: Hermann and Irma Löw
  • Rathausplatz 13: Julius and Hildegard Frischmann, Barbara and Geza with Elfi, Charlotte and Moritz Frischmann, Ella Frischmann

 

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