Sally Loewenberg

Sally Loewenberg

*29.03.1882 in Schenklengsfeld

The Loewenberg family fled from Schenklengsfeld to Fulda in June 1938 and lived at Mittelstrasse 25.

On November 10, 1938, Sally Loewenberg was arrested during Kristallnacht and deported to Buchenwald. After a few weeks he was released from the concentration camp and did forced labor in road construction in Fulda.

Sally Loewenberg, his wife and four children were deported to Riga on December 8, 1941. In 1943 he was murdered in Auschwitz.

His son Martin Löwenberg remembers (Osthessen-News, November 10, 2017) the pogrom night

As student group, we would like to remember the murdered people in particular on their birthdays, starting in February 2021. With many victims we do not know when they were torn from life, but on a birthday we can think specifically of this one person and show him or her and the families that this person has not been forgotten.

For this reason we label a stone with the name and the birthday. Sometimes we’re even lucky enough to have a photo of the person so we can look into his and her eyes.

We do not forget you!

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