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Fred (front row on right) with members of his Jewish sports club,
Berliner Ruderclub Oberspree, Berlin, 1937. Fred was
recognized with many awards for his athletic accomplishments.
Fred Eisenberg’s father Eugen (rear, far right) and mother Rose (rear, 2nd from right)
New Year’s Eve, Berlin, 1939.
Hannelore Marianne Reinach on her first day of
school, Wuppertal, Germany, 1931.
Marianne (far left, front) with her fourth grade class, Wuppertal,
1934. A portrait of Adolph Hitler hangs on the wall at the back
of the classroom.
Marianne’s Jewish and non-Jewish sides of the family celebrate
together her grandfather Moritz Reinach'’s 70th birthday. L-r
front: Wolgang Reinach, Paula Cronberger, Hannelore Marianne
Reinach, Moritz Reinach, Hella Walter, and Sofie Reinach. Rear:
Gertrude Cronberger, Irmgard Cronberger Reinach, Ludwig Reinach,
Paula Walter, Hans Walter, and Johanna Reinach.
The Reinach family, Celle, Germany, summer 1939. L-r: Hannelore,
Irmgard, Wolgang, and Ludwig.
The Reinach fmaily, Christmas, 1940, Wuppertal, Germany. L-r:
Sofie, Ludwig, Hannelore, and Irmgard. Sofie perished in
Front row, L-R, Grandmother Eugenia (Hulda) Goldstein, who
died in Theresienstadt; uncle Walter, who immigrated to Israel
from Germany in 1933; grandfather Solli Goldstein, a
veterinarian. Back row, L-R, father Hermann Goldstein, who
perished in Auschwitz in August 1939; Bella Goldstein and her
husband Lothar Goldstein, Henry’s uncle, who left for Philadelphia
in 1939; and Grethe and Erwin Goldstein, both of whom perished