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Bertha (Rosenthal) Löb (1894 - abt. 1942)

Bertha Löb formerly Rosenthal aka Loeb
Born in Westerburg, Hessen-Nassau, Germanymap
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Wife of — married 27 Apr 1920 in Westerberg, Germanymap
[children unknown]
Died about in Minsk Ghetto Concentration Camp, Minsk, Soviet Unionmap
Profile last modified | Created 19 Sep 2011
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Bertha (Rosenthal) Löb died as a result of persecution during the Holocaust.

Bertha was born July 30, 1894 in Westerburg, Hessen-Nassau, Germany. [1]

She married Victor Loeb on April 27, 1920 in Westerberg, Germany, after which they lived in Köln, Germany until Bertha was deported from there to the Minsk Ghetto in Russia, where she arrived on July 20, 1942. She probably died within a few days of her arrival and was officially declared dead at the end of World War II. [1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Aron, Dennis, Impact of the Holocaust on the Descendants of Jakob Moyses and Sara of Meudt. October 2012. Includes the following record:

  • WikiTree profile Rosenthal-105 created through the import of Loewenstein Descent.ged.

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