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Fritz Landauer

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Birthplace: Augsburg, Swabia, Bavaria, Germany
Death: November 17, 1968 (85)
London, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Joseph Landauer and Anna Rasel Landauer
Husband of Elsie Landauer
Father of Gertrude Landauer and Walter Landauer
Brother of Otto Landauer and Ida Oberdorfer

Managed by: Joann Field
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About Fritz Landauer

The architect Fritz Landauer (1883-1968) was born in Augsburg as son of Joseph and Anna Landauer. The grand house Froehlichstr. 5 for his cousin Otto Landauer (son of Joseph Landauers brother Heinrich Landauer and Bettina, nee Stein) was his first major construction project. Fritz Landauer in Augsburg today is best known for the Synagogue Halderstr. 6-8 (built 1913-17). Landauer escaped the Nazi regime in 1937 and lived in England until he passed away in 1968. Temporarily he made ends meet with designing and manufacturing of grave markers – a previous experience he made in Augsburg, where his parents as well as all aunts and uncles are buried.

In 1910-11 the architect built Fritz Landauer for his cousin Otto Landauer (1882-1974) in the Fröhlichstr. 5 his first house. Fritz Landauer (1883-1968) was the son of Joseph (1853-1929) and Anna Landauer born (1861-1913). His father and his uncle are coming from the sons Hürben weaver and textile manufacturer Moses Samuel Landauer (1808-1894), founder of the resident in Oberhausen factory MSLandauer , which in 1938 was expropriated. In the postwar period to 1995 at the factory site was the textile company Elbeo of Dietrich Bahner. Fritz Landauer in Augsburg especially for the construction of the synagogue (1913-1917) at the Halderstr. 6-8 known, its equivalent to less than the expectations of the clients. Fritz Landauer has also designed grave stones, of which he was to live in exile in England for a while. His "signature" can be seen at various grave stones of his landau.

The architect Fritz Landauer (1883-1968) was born in Augsburg as son of Joseph and Anna Landauer. The grand house Fröhlichstr. 5 for his cousin Otto Landauer (son of Joseph Landauer's brother Henry Landauer and Bettina, nee Stone) what his first major construction project. Fritz Landauer in Augsburg today is best known for the Synagogue Halderstr. 6-8 (built 1913-17). Landauer escaped the Nazi regime in 1937 and lived in England until he passed away in 1968. Temporarily he made ends meet with designing and manufacturing of grave markers - a previous experience he made in Augsburg, where his parents as well as aunts and uncles are all buried.

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Fritz Landauer's Timeline

1883
June 13, 1883
Augsburg, Swabia, Bavaria, Germany
1912
1912
1913
July 9, 1913
Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany
1968
November 17, 1968
Age 85
London, United Kingdom