ESSAYS FROM CHILDREN OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS FROM AUGSBURG
These essays are on the topic of how Judaism, Augsburg and the Holocaust have had an impact of these children's lives. This is an on-going project still in formation.
DIRECTORY OF ESSAYS
- Rick Landman - Triply Blessed
Rick Landman (born in 1952 in New York City) is the son of Henry Landman who was born in Augsburg in 1920. Henry was one of the youngest Jews arrested on Kristallnacht in 1938 and sent to Dachau. After being released he fled to England then America where he was drafted as an American Soldier. He was the first American to enter Augsburg in 1945. The Landman family also was at the rededication of the Augsburger Synagogue and Henry Landman gave a speech at the 60th Anniversary of Kristallnacht in 1998. Rick Landman founded the Second Generation Group for the Descendants of the Holocaust Survivors from Augsburg.
- Rabbi David Teutsch - A Rabbi from Augsburg
Rabbi David Teutsch (born in 1950 in Salt Lake City) is the son of Eric Teutsch and Hilda Wormser Teutsch, both born in Augsburg. Eric Teutsch was also one of the Jewish men arrested on Kristallnacht and interned in Dachau. David is currently a Rabbi in the Reconstructionist Movement in America.
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- Claire (Cramer) Jebson -in the process of being written
- Michael Guggenheimer - in the process of being written
- David Fisher - in the process of being written