Stolpersteine Kriegsstraße 192

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Kriegstraße 192 in 2009

As part of the project Stolpersteine (“stumbling stones”), memorial stones were laid on 9 November 2006 and 29 May 2009 for seven victims who had lived at the house Kriegsstraße 192.

Stolpersteine Seeligmann

These are for the couple Dr. Arnold Seeligmann and Rosalie Seeligmann, who lived here until their deportation to Gurs in 1940, where both died within a year.

The installation took place on the 9th of November 2006; a grandson of the couple was present for the ceremony.

Arnold Seeligmann

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE 
DR. ARNOLD 
SEELIGMANN 
JG. 1861 
DEPORTIERT 1940  
GURS 
TOT 28.7.1941 

Translated: “Here resided Dr. Arnold Seeligmann, born 1861, deported 1940 to Gurs, died 28 July 1941.”

Rosalie Seeligmann

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE 
ROSALIE  
SEELIGMANN  
GEB. MAYER 
JG. 1872  
DEPORTIERT 1940 
GURS 
TOT 28.12.1940 

Translated: “Here resided Rosalie Seeligmann, née Mayer, born 1872, deported 1940 to Gurs, died 28 December 1940.”

Stolpersteine Rieser

After 1938, Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Rieser and Adele Rieser also resided in this house. They were deported to Gurs in 1940, and both both died at a hospital in Auch[1] in southern France.

Three memorial stones were dedicated to them and their son Eugen on the 29th of May 2009. Their daughter Eva could escape in 1938. The installation took place in the presence of a daughter and a granddaughter of Eva. Before the laying of the stones, the two descendants of the victims had attended a reception at City Hall.

Ferdinand Rieser

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE
FERDINAND RIESER 
JG. 1874  
DEPORTIERT 1940 
GURS
1943 MASSEUBE 
TOT 10.3.1944 

Translated: “Here resided Ferdinand Rieser, born 1874, deported 1940 to Gurs, 1943 to Masseube[2], died 10 March 1944”

Adele Rieser

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE  
ADELE RIESER 
GEB. BEHR 
JG. 1883  
DEPORTIERT 1940 
GURS 
1943 MASSEUBE 
TOT 23.10.1943 

Translated: “Here resided Adele Rieser, née Behr, born 1883, deported 1940 to Gurs, 1943 to Masseube[2], died 23 October 1943”

Eugen Rieser

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE
EUGEN RIESER 
JG. 1916  
VERLEGT 1940 AUS 
ST. JOSEFS-ANSTALT  
HERTEN  
ERMORDET IN 
'HEILANSTALT' GRAFENECK 

Translated: “Here resided Eugen Rieser, born 1916, relocated 1940 from St Joseph Institute in Herten[3], murdered in 'Clinic' Grafeneck[4]

Stolpersteine Behr

From about 1940, Alfred Wilhelm Behr (the brother of Adele Rieser) and his wife, Lilli Behr, were also resident at the house of Dr. Seeligmann, which by then was a Judenhaus (“Jews’ House”[5]). Memorial stones were dedicated to their memory on the 29th of May 2009.

Lilli Behr

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE  
LILLI BEHR 
GEB. JÖHLINGER 
JG.1880  
DEPORTIERT 1940 
GURS  
1942 AUSCHWITZ  
ERMORDET  

Translated: “Here resided Lilli Behr, née Jöhlinger, born 1880, deported 1940 to Gurs, 1942 to Auschwitz[6], murdered”

Alfred Wilhelm Behr

Stolperstein
HIER WOHNTE 
ALFRED WILHELM BEHR 
JG. 1882 
DEPORTIERT 1940
GURS 
1942 AUSCHWITZ 
ERMORDET 

Translated: “Here resided Alfred William Behr, born 1882, deported 1940 to Gurs, 1942 to Auschwitz, murdered”

Location

The house is located to the east of the intersection of Kriegsstraße and Reinhold-Frank-Straße. This place in the City map:


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Footnotes

  1. The English Wikipedia about “Auch”
  2. 2.0 2.1 The English Wikipedia about “Masseube”
  3. The German Wikipedia about „Herten“
  4. The English Wikipedia about “Action T4” (including Grafeneck)
  5. The German Wikipedia about „Judenhaus“
  6. The English Wikipedia about “Auschwitz”