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Alfred & Pauline (geb Gutmann) Katzenstein

Alfred & Pauline (geb Gutmann) Katzenstein

There are stolpersteine for Oma Julchen's first cousin Pauline & her husband Alfred Katzenstein in Eisleben, Germany. At the web page for Eisleben there are no photos of the stones for the Katzensteins. They are placed in front of their residence, Geiststrasse 6.

From the dedication ceremony:

Alfred Katzenstein (1882-1942)
Alfred Katzenstein came from Eisleben and worked here as a cattle dealer. In 1941, he and his wife had to move to a Jewish house and do forced labor. On April 15, 1942, they had to move to a retirement home in Halle (Saale). On June 1, 1942, they were deported and murdered two days later at the Sobibor extermination camp.

Pauline Katzenstein born Gutmann (1887-1942)
Pauline Katzenstein came from Niederwerrn . In 1941, she and her husband had to move to a Jewish house and do forced labor. On April 15, 1942, they had to move to a retirement home in Halle (Saale). On June 1, 1942, they were deported and murdered two days later at the Sobibor extermination camp. The two daughters of Katzenberg survived the war

Also on the same transport to Sobibor was Hannacha Cohn, who is further down in this album.