Rosenthal family: copy Gestapo documents

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

This collection contains copies of the files of the Rosenthal family compiled by the Gestapo. The Jewish family was forced to emigrate from Berlin in 1943. The documents include declaration forms of financial assets confiscated by the state. The family requested to see these documents as part of their compensation claim at the Restitution Office in Berlin in 1966.

Administrative / Biographical History

Siegfried Rosenthal was born in Meseritz, Posen (Poland) on 2 April 1896. He lived in Berlin with his wife Else Sara Rosenthal (née Schallmach), born in Posen (Poland) on 24 December 1902, and daughter Bela, born 17 August 1942 in Berlin. Siegfried Rosenthal's last job before emigration was at a refuse disposal company.

Arrangement

Chronological

Conditions Governing Access

See Wiener Library access conditions at: http://www.wienerlibrary.co.uk/usinglibrary/usingthelibrary.aspx

Acquisition Information

Donated by Joanna Millan.

Note

2005/23

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