Book Pages 391 - 392
Supervisor: Dr. Robynne Flynn-Diez,
Julius Nördlinger, born October 27, 1867 in Laupheim, deceased January 9, 1933, in Laupheim
Thekla, née Leiter, born March 29, 1879 in Oberdorf, deported April 26, 1942, to the Izbica Ghetto, Poland
- Isidor, born June 5, 1905
- Bertha, born January 24, 1907
- Leopold, born March 11, 1911
From the top: Alice Bernheim. In the middle, on the right: Bertha Nördlinger as a student of the Catholic Mädchenmittelschule in 1918 and next to her Steffi Rieger. On the bottom, left to right: restaurateur Senze, Emma Lämmle, Luise Mann. The students of this school were between 11 and 14 years old.
(taken from: 100 Jahre Realschule, 1996)
This family’s separation has contributed to the lack of centralized, recorded information about them. Of the three children, only one photograph of Bertha could be found. In 1918, she was a student at the Catholic Mädchenmittelschule, which time and again also admitted Jewish students despite their religious affiliation – evidence of the once harmonious relations between Christians and Jews.
Photo: In the Jewish home for the elderly: Thekla Nördlinger,
Helene Guggenheimer, Karl Guggenheimer, Arthur Grab (with glasses). The young visitor standing at the window is probably Edith Weil.