City of Neu Isenburg


Adler, Lore

First NameLore
Family NameAdler
Date of Birth10/02/1921
Birthplace/Place of ResidenceHalle a.d. Saale/Wolfenbüttel, Am Alten Tore 6; Langestr. 34
Residence in „Heim Isenburg“11/26/1941 - 03/02/1942
Departure toWolfenbüttel, Langestr. 34

Deported from Gelsenkirchen via Münster and Hanover to Ghetto Warschau on 03/31/1942.

Date of Death/Place of Deathunbekannt

Lore Adler was born in Halle/Saale. She was the daughter of Sigmund Adler and his wife Else, née Rosenthal. After the divorce of her parents she lived with her mother in the house of her grandmother Henriette Rosenthal in Wolfenbüttel, Am Alten Tore 6. 

1939 her mother flew to England, where she survid the shoah. Her daughter stayed behind at the grandmothers house. 1939 bothe, Lore and her grandmother, had to move to the ghettohouse in the Karrenführerstraße 5. Later they movd to the Lange Straße 34. 

From autumn 1941 until spring 1942 Lore was in the Home Neu-Isenburg. 

After her return to Wolfenbüttel she was probably deported from Gelsenkirchen via Münster and Hanover to the Ghetto Warschau. After other informations she was abducted from Braunschweig to the concentration- and exterminationcamp Auschwitz.

Her father's fate is unknown. Her mother could flee from Germany. In 1979 she lived in England.

Sources: Stadtarchiv Neu-Isenburg; Yad Vashem, Central database of shoah victim's names;; (opens in a new tab) Memorial Book of the Victims of the Persecution of Jews under the National Socialist Tyranny in Germany 1933-1945 (National Archives)


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