upheimand its Annihilation
Book Page 393
Translators: Jennifer Schocker, Marco Savario,
Diana Maria Paius; Hi-Jung Park
Supervisor: Dr. Robynne Flynn-Diez
Institut für Übersetzen und Dolmetschen, Englischabteilung
Kathi Nördlinger, single, born April 4, 1866 in Laupheim, deported August 19, 1942 to the concentration camp Theresienstadt and September 26, to the extermination camp Treblinka, murdered.
The house at 77 Kapellen Street, in which she lived until 1937, cannot be found
on any city map or in any address
book because in the documents of that time the Kapellen Street ended with the
numbers 75 or 76.
Kathi was not related to the other Nördlinger families in the city. Her address
in 1938 was registered as 64 Ulmer Street, the mansion of the Bergmanns. It had
been empty since Marco and Else Bergmann had fled in early 1937 and the
governmental agencies were still in dispute over its usage. For Kathi, a room in
may have been
a sort of temporary residence.
Früher Judenberg 2, heute Synagogenweg 1: Das ehemalige Rabbinat,
von 1939 bis 1942 Sammel- und Zwangsunterkunft, Zwischenstation in die Vernichtungslager,
auch Kathi Nördlingers letzte Laupheimer Adresse.