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Paul Rosenberg, serving in the German
army in the First World War.
Ursula Rosenberg’s father, Buick and Opal showroom in Dortmund. The
business was “Aryan-ized” as a result of anti-Jewish laws.
Henry Draker’s parents, Max and Selma Goldschmidt
Drucker. This photograph was taken in Berlin after
Max was temporarily freed from a concentration
camp in the mid 1930s.
Henry Draker, at age 14, with his family’s new car, Flatow, Germany, 1926.
Henry Draker, hitting the bull’s eye on a target, which triggered this
photograph, Cairo, 1936.
Henry’s grandmother, Cecelia Goldschmidt, Berlin,
1933. Mrs. Goldschmidt was deported to
Theresienstadt, where she perished.
Eugen Eisenberg, Bonn, c.1910.
Fred’s parents, Eugen Eisenberg and
Rose Lauter Eisenberg, c.1917. Eugen
died before the war; Rose was deported
to Auschwitz, where she was murdered.
Manfred (Fred) and Eugen, Berlin, 1922.
At home in Berlin, c.1930. L-r: the Eisenberg’s maid, Fred’s grandmother,
Fred, and Eugen.