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ADAMGASSE - Wilten quarter

 

9, Adamgasse

street number Adamgasse 9
 

Ephraim and Mina Diamand, née Arnold, lived at 9, Adamgasse together with their children Bernhart, Heinrich, Siegfried and Klara. At the same address they ran their clothes shop "Bekleidungshaus Kühne". The couple were severely maltreated that night. Ephraim Diamand and his son Bernhart were temporarily arrested.

The couple moved to Vienna where they died in 1939 and1942 respectively. Bernhart was murdered in the Polish extermination camp Sobibor.

 

Adamgasse 9

November 2008 © Thomas Kleissl

 

Bekleidungshaus Kühne - Stadtarchiv

9, Adamgasse - Clothes Shop Kühne, 1938 (a)

 
   

9a, Adamgasse

Adamgasse 9a
 

At 9a, Adamgasse Elfi Rado lived together with her parents Louis and Anni, née Kraus, and her brothers and sisters Paul, Helene and Grete.

On the night of the pogrom Louis Rado was beaten up in his flat. The family were forced to leave Innsbruck on 10 November and fled to England.

Adamgasse 9a

November 2008 © Thomas Kleissl

 

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update 30.09.2013

 

 
Literature: Michael Gehler

- Murder on Command - The Anti-Jewish Pogrom in Innsbruck - 9th-10th November 1938, in:  Year Book XXXVIII, Leo Baeck Institute. 1993, S. 119-153

Horst Schreiber

- Jüdische Geschäfte in Innsbruck - Eine Spurensuche, Projekt des Abendgymnasiums Innsbruck; Tiroler Studien zu Geschichte und Politik 1, herausgegeben von der Michael-Gaismair-Gesellschaft, StudienVerlag 2001, S 44-46

Gad Hugo Sella

- Die Juden Tirols - Ihr Leben und Schicksal, Israel 1979, S 90

 

Translation: Gerhard Buzas

 

Picture credits: (a) © Stadtarchiv / Stadtmuseum Innsbruck
 

 

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