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Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Erich Geiringer (11 Nov 1901–31 Jan 1945), Find a Grave Memorial no. 149310317, ; Maintained by Jennifer M. (contributor 1009101) Body lost or destroyed.
Erich Geiringer Birthday and Date of Death Erich Geiringer was born on January 31, 1917 and died on August 25, 1995. Erich was 78 years old at the time of death. Birthday: January 31, 1917
In the classroom, too, Geiringer caused great excitement for students and faculty. “He brought entertainment and colour to our lives,” recalled one shortly after his death. “He challenged social conventions and the established order. He made everybody think.
May 23, 2018 · That August Eva and Fritzi received a letter from the Red Cross telling them that Heinz had died of exhaustion in April 1945, and Erich died three days before end of war. Otto Frank received a similar letter confirming the deaths of his wife and daughters.
Tribute to Erich Geiringer (1917-1995) By George Salmond (August 1995) (IPPNW (NZ) member and former Director General of Health) I speak today on behalf of the Wellington group of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) the members of which stand with me.
Jan 21, 2017 · Her father, Erich, died just three days before the war ended. After returning to Amsterdam in 1945, she retrieved the cache of art, hidden with some 200 of his poems. It became Eva’s only reminder...
And sure enough, it turns out Felix is the son of the extraordinary doctor, pro-abortion activist, socialist, anti-nuclear campaigner, amateur dramatist and sometime Wellington talkback host Erich...
Heinz had died of exhaustion in Mauthausen in April 1945, while Erich had finally succumbed only three days before the end of the war. "We were both devastated, but it was our deep, deep bond which...
She fled to the Netherlands with her first husband, Erich Geiringer, and their two children, Heinz and Eva, in 1938, after Adolf Hitler annexed the country into Nazi Germany.