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Johanna Stern (née Jüdell) * 1865

Gertigstraße 22 (Hamburg-Nord, Winterhude)

1942 Theresienstadt
tot 08.02.1943

Johanna Stern, née Jüdell, b. 1.1.1865 in Altona, deported on 7.15.1942 to Theresienstadt, dying there on 2.8.1943

Gertigstraße 22

Johanna Jüdell was born in Altona. She married Feodor Stern, a pushcart peddler, born in Essen-Borbeck on 12.1.1871, also of Jewish descent. The marriage produced a son, Felix, born 7.9.1899.

The couple was deported on 15 July 1942. Johanna Stern’s address in "the old people’s ghetto,” Theresienstadt, was building Q 808, room 02. On the morning of 8 February 1943, she died there. The death certificate reads, gastroenteritis; an exact cause of death is not noted. Her husband Feodor survived the ghetto. His subsequent fate and that of his son Felix are not known.

Translator: Richard Levy
Kindly supported by the Hermann Reemtsma Stiftung, Hamburg.

Stand: January 2019
© Alexander Reinfeldt

Quellen: 1; 3; 5; Bundesarchiv Berlin, Liste der jüdischen Einwohner im Deutschen Reich 1933–1945.
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