Notes for JOHANNA KLINGER:

Daughter of Mosiek Srul "Max" and Nisle/Nishler (Levy) Klinger.
Born: November 22, 1910 in Strasbourg, France.
Alternate Date of Birth: November 22, 1909 in Lodz, Poland (Schiedam Record - relocations within the municipality.)
Died: August 21, 1943 in Auschwitz Concentration Camp.
Residence:
November 12, 1926: Halsdorf, near Kassel, Germany.
March, 1927: Dortmund, Germany.
November, 1930: Wiesbaden, Germany.

1933: Entry unreadable.
January 1, 1934: Baumstr. 9, Dortmund, Germany.
November 6, 1934: Unknown.
November 9, 1935: Museumsstr. 5, Dortmund, Germany.
November 6, 1936: Leopoldstr. 23, Dortmund, Germany.
February, 1940: Ostenhellweg 58, Dortmund, Germany.
1941: Leopoldstr. 23, Dortmund, Germany.
Occupation: Mother's Helper (Nanny?)
Germany Arrest Summary: Nr. 2040 Johanna Sara Klinger, born 22.11.1910 in Strassbourg, Frenchwoman, unmarried, arrested 28.04.1943 for evacuation to Auschwitz, released 17.05.1943 and transfer to the KZ in Auschwitz.

Conclusions from the Dortmund Archives A report by the Dortmund Archives with information found by me and their searches.

Fanny and Johanna Klinger




Emigration Papers from Schiedam, Netherlands


1921 Dortmund Census


1921 Dortmund Census - Translation


Jewish Women Who Lived in Dortmund, Germany Between 1930 and 1943


Dortmund Deportation Memo Pg. 1


Dortmund Deportation Memo Pg. 2


Dortmund Deportation List


International Red Cross Tracing Center


Documents from a card file called "Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland" or, The "National Association of Jews in Germany". The cards for Johanna Klinger are dated March 1, 1943. These index cards indicate that Johanna Klinger was a member of the Jewish community of Dortmund, Germany.


Documents from a card file called "Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland" or, "The National Association of Jews in Germany". The cards for Johanna Klinger are dated March 1, 1943. These index cards indicate that Johanna Klinger was a member of the Jewish community of Dortmund, Germany.


Documents from a card file called "Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland" or, "The National Association of Jews in Germany". The cards for Johanna Klinger are dated March 1, 1943. These index cards indicate that Johanna Klinger was a member of the Jewish community of Dortmund, Germany.


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