Max Reinhaus (1885 - 1944)

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Birthplace: Stadtlohn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Death: Died in Oswiecim, Lesser Poland, Poland
Cause of death: Holocaust
Occupation: Cattle commisioner and dealer
Managed by: Jack Marcel Klaber
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Max Reinhaus's Timeline

1885
June 15, 1885
Stadtlohn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1910
October 28, 1910
Age 25
Burgsteinfurt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1911
July 27, 1911
Age 26
Steinfurt, Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1912
September 2, 1912
Age 27
Burgsteinfurt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1914
1914
- 1918
Age 28

After the war Max was a member of the "Reichsbund Jüdischer Frontsoldaten" (imperial alliance of Jewish front-soldiers), an organization that fought anti-Semitic propaganda which doubted the participation and death of German Jews during this war.

1926
1926
Age 40
Dortmund, Arnsberg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
1938
April 30, 1938
Age 52
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands

After Lotte left Dortmund already in 1935 to travel to an aunt in Utrecht, Netherlands (against the will of her father), the rest of the family joined Lotte on 30 April 1938, who lived at that moment in Amsterdam. Lotte was already engaged to Robert Pollack, who together with his father and brother ran the well known lunchroom and ice-saloon "Delicia" on the Beethovenstr. 55.
Lotte organized an apartment for her parents and sister next door on Beethovenstr. 67.

1942
April 16, 1942
Age 56
Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands

According to the registration cards of their respective husbands, Charlotte married on the same date in Amsterdam as her sister Edith.

April 16, 1942
Age 56
Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands

According to the registration cards of their respective husbands, Edith married on the same date in Amsterdam as her sister Charlotte.

1944
February 11, 1944
Age 58
Oswiecim, Lesser Poland, Poland