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Memorial Signs for families Fleischhacker, Frank, Gugenheimer, Richard,
Nibelungenstraße 51

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Stele with 2 Memorial Signs

On Friday, 17 May 2024, a memorial event for Jewish residents of Munich who became victims of National Socialism took place at Käthe Kollwitz Gymnasium.

Students from Käthe Kollwitz Gymnasium have researched the life stories victims of National Socialism from Neuhausen in a W-seminar entitled ‘Jewish life in the Neuhausen-Nymphenburg district’. Their starting point was often nothing more than their name, date of birth and date of death. Under the guidance of Public History, they were able to go into the archives and do their own research. In addition to official documents, they also found personal documents and reports from some of these Jewish citizens, making it possible to retell their life stories from the victims' perspective.

At the commemorative event, Mayor Dieter Reiter and Dr h.c. mult. Charlotte Knobloch, President of the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria, Headmaster Gerhard Tietz, and students from the W-Seminar spoke.

Afterwards, the Memorial Signs for Ilse and Otto Gugenheim, Frida and Benedikt Frank, Oskar and Meta Fleischhacker, as well as Adolf Abrahm and Berta Lea Richard were placed at their former places of residence.

Friday, 17. May 2024
1:30 p.m.
Commemoration at Städt. Käthe-Kollwitz-Gymnasium (Mensa)
Nibelungenstraße 51

  • Mayor Dieter Reiter
  • Dr. h.c. mult. Charlotte Knobloch, President of the Jewish Community of Munich and Upper Bavaria
  • Head of school Gerhard Tietz
  • Students of the W-Seminar

Installation of the Memorial Signs at the former places of residence, reading of the biographies

2.45 p.m.
Memorial Signs for Ilse und Otto Gugenheim

Donnersbergerstraße 9

3.15 p.m.
Memorial Signs for Frida und Benedikt Frank

Ysenburgstraße 7

3.45 p.m.
Memorial Signs for Oskar und Meta Fleischhacker
Leonrodstraße 33

4.30 p.m.
Memorial Signs for Adolf Abrahm und Berta Lea Richard

Pettenkoferstraße 37

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