Bernhardina (Babette) Klaber (Lichtenfeld) (1872 - 1944)

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Birthplace: Hochhausen , north of Tauberbischofsheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Death: Died in terezin, Poland
Cause of death: murdered in the Shoah
Managed by: Jack Marcel Klaber
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Bernhardina (Babette) Klaber's Timeline

1872
February 27, 1872
north of Tauberbischofsheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1901
January 11, 1901
Age 28
Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany

added by Jack Klaber, grandson

1902
October 12, 1902
Age 30
Nettetal, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1904
November 6, 1904
Age 32
41334 Nettetal-Breyell, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1908
March 28, 1908
Age 36
Nettetal, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1917
January 30, 1917
Age 44
Breyell - Nettetal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
October 27, 1917
Age 45
Nettetal, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Parshat Lech-Lecha

1938
November 9, 1938
Age 66
Nettetal, NRW, Germany

Source:Article in the Rheinische Post ( http://www.rp-online.de/niederrheinsued/viersen/nachrichten/netteta... )
Zwei Synagogen zerstört
VON LUDGER PETERS - zuletzt aktualisiert: 08.11.2008

Über die Zerstörung der zweiten Synagoge auf Nettetaler Stadtgebiet, in Breyell, ist kaum etwas bekannt. Sie stand an der heutigen Biether Straße etwa dort, wo früher die Waschhalle der Tankstelle AJL errichtet wurde. Der zynische Umgang der Machthaber mit den Juden kann den Akten entnommen werden. Für die Beseitigung der Trümmer wurde die jüdische Gemeinde herangezogen. Grundstückseigentümer Jakob Klaber, der die ihm auferlegten Kosten nicht begleichen konnte, „trat“ die Fläche am 20. März 1940 an die Gemeinde Breyell ab.

Translation (by Jack Klaber):
About the destruction of the second synagogue in the Nettetal town district, in Breyell, little is known. The synagogue was built on the Biether street, approximately where today the former car wash section was located next to the "AJL" gas station. The cynical use of the rulers to the Jews can be found in the files. For removal of debris, the Jewish community was made responsible. Property owner Jacob Klaber, who could not pay the costs imposed on him, "abandoned" the area on 20 March 1940 in favor of the city of Breyell.

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Comment by Jack Klaber:
The article is incorrect by stating that Jacob handed over his property in 1940 to the city of Breyell.
Jacob died already in 1931 by natural causes and it was his son Fritz Klaber who was the caretaker of the property (his 3 brothers managed to escape to Holland and USA) when the Nazi authorities confiscated it.
As Fritz was already in the Netherlands in 1940, it was his wife Ilse and his mother Bernhardine who had to face the Nazi authorities.




1942
July 21, 1942
- July 25, 1942
Age 70
Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Transport Da 70 VII/2; Prisoner Nr. 600

ITS file location: Historique Ordner 308 C I 45 b
4 original folders from Gestapo Düsseldorf concerning the deportation of Jews 1942-43.
Folder III: Document concerning the deportation of 956 Jews on 21.7.1942 from Düsseldorf towards Theresienstadt and the deportation of 978 Jews on 25.7.1942 from Düsseldorf towards Theresienstadt.
Source URL: http://resources.ushmm.org/itsinventory/inventory1.php?Inventory__I...

1944
March 13, 1944
Age 72
terezin, Poland

Gedenkbuch – Opfer der Verfolgung der Juden unter der nationalsozialistischen Gewaltherrschaft in Deutschland 1933 – 1945
http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/directory.html?id=898524