May 23, 2018 · Charlotta Kaletta, the common law wife of Fritz Pfeffer, was not Jewish and therefore was able to remain in her Amsterdam apartment during the occupation. Kaletta and Pfeffer had been regulars at the Sunday afternoon "coffees" hosted by the Franks before the war, and hence she knew the entire Frank family.
- 1985 (74-75)
- Ilmenau, Thuringia, Germany
After his divorce, Fritz became involved with Charlotte Kaletta, who was a Catholic. Charlotte recounted: ‘We lived in Berlin. My husband was Jewish; I am a Catholic. We would speak about the matter when speaking made us feel better, and we would say nothing about it when silence made us feel better.'
Charlotte Kaletta - Biography. Charlotte Kaletta was a personality who was born in 1910.
In 1936, Fritz met a young woman, Charlotte Kaletta (1910–1985), born in Ilmenau, Thuringia in central Germany, who shared his history of a broken marriage. She was estranged from her first husband, Ludwig Löwenstein and had a son, Gustav, both of whom were deported on 26 September 1942  from Berlin to Raasiku, Estonia and were murdered in the Holocaust.
In 1936 he met a young woman Charlotta Kaletta (1910–1985), born in Ilmenau, Thuringia in Central Germany, who shared his history of a broken marriage. She was estranged from her first husband, Ludwig Lowenstein, and their son Gustaf.
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- Ilmenau, Thuringia
- Charlotte Pfeffer
- Charlotte Kaletta
Pfeffer had divorced his first wife in 1933 and fell in love with a Catholic woman, Charlotte Kaletta. According to the Nuremberg Laws of 1935, marriages between Jews and non-Jews are forbidden so they are not able to marry.