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Lotte, Charlotte Rahmer (Landshut)

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Birthplace: Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Nowe Miasto County, Warminsko-Mazurskie, Poland
Death: Died in Riga, Riga, Latvia
Cause of death: Concentration Camp
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Lesser Landshut and Johanna Landshut
Wife of Ferdinand Josef Adolf Rahmer
Mother of Erica Nanny Seidman and John Desmond Rayner, Rabbi
Sister of Hermann Landshut; Leo Joseph Landshut; Max Landshut; Kurt Landshut; Samuel Landshut and 4 others

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About Lotte, Charlotte Rahmer

Charlotte Rahmer nee Landshut was born in Neumark, Poland in 1897. Prior to WWII she lived in Berlin, Germany. During the war she was in Berlin, Germany. Deported with Transport from Berlin,Berlin,Berlin,Germany to Riga Bisumuiza,Rigas,Vidzeme,Latvia on 14/12/1942. Charlotte was murdered in Riga, Latvia.

Source: Yad Vashem

Chrlota Rahmer was born in Neumark, Poland in 1897 to Eliezer and Khana. She was a housewife and married. Prior to WWII she lived in Berlin, Germany. Chrlota was murdered/perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her brother.

Source: Yad Vashem

Before the deportation Charlotte Rahmer lived with Ferdinand in Marbuger Strasse 5 in Berlin-Charlottenburg. Charlotte Rahmer born 14.01.1897 in Neumark / Greifenhagen, Address in 1939: Marburger Str. 5, Charlottenburg, Berlin. Source: tracingthepast.org.

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Lotte, Charlotte Rahmer's Timeline

1897
January 14, 1897
Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Nowe Miasto County, Warminsko-Mazurskie, Poland
1921
August 4, 1921
Age 24
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
1924
May 30, 1924
Age 27
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
1942
1942
Age 44
Riga, Riga, Latvia