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Rudolf Frischmann

Death: Ústí nad Labem, Ústí nad Labem District, Ústí nad Labem Region, Czech Republic
Immediate Family:

Son of Adolf Frischmann and Františka Frischmann
Husband of Marie Frischmann
Father of Eva Frischmann
Brother of Alois Frischmann; Baby Boy Frischmann; Ernst Frischmann and Alfred Frischmann

Managed by: Judith Berlowitz, busy writing
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About Rudolf Frischmann

From Dagmar Greslova's interview with Jiri Frantek: The man in uniform with medals on it, sitting on the right, is my father's brother, Rudolf Frischmann. During the World War I, Rudolf met Jan Masaryk, the brother of the first Czechoslovak president. In fact, it was said that he saved Masaryk's life. How, that remained a secret. Of course it could be true, or not, but one thing is certain, and that is that when my uncle Rudolf died, my aunt got a newsstand. I have one or two letters from Jan Masaryk, which I later gave my aunt's sister. Rudolf Frischmann's family continued to have ties with Jan Masaryk long after World War I. Uncle Rudolf's wife was my mother's cousin - so we were de facto doubly related. Aunt Marie was born Stukartova, which is a quite famous German name, but she was jewish. My uncle Rudolf and aunt Marie met each other at my parents' wedding. Unfortunately I was a witness to my uncle Rudolf's death. In those days they lived in Usti nad Labem, and during the night he had a stroke. My aunt told me to run and go get a doctor, and I had no idea where I should run - they lived in this villa, so my aunt ran out in a nightshirt to show me the way and told me run quickly and tell the doctor to hurry, that for sure it was a heart attack. She also said that the doctor was a German, but that hopefully he'd come anyway. So I ran to the doctor's house, in those days there were no after-hours services and one had to go to the doctor's home, I woke him up and told him that it was urgent, a heart attack. He took his time and kept saying 'come on, what's the hurry', he delayed purposely, so that when he finally arrived, all that was left for him to do was pronounce him dead. From

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June 26, 1929
Prague, Hlavní město Praha, Hlavní město Praha, Czech Republic
Ústí nad Labem, Ústí nad Labem District, Ústí nad Labem Region, Czech Republic