After two weeks without seeing any Stolpersteine (though admittedly I spent the best part of seven days out of the country) it seemed like I couldn’t go anywhere without seeing them this week.
I have added photos of all the Stolpersteine I saw to the gallery here. I think that some of them may even have been freshly laid.
The Stolpersteine I saw were dedicated to: Herta Jalowitz (Calvinstrasse 27); Alexander Fromm (Kirchstrasse 7); Fanny Getzow (Oderberger Strasse 20); Emil Simonsohn, Johanna Simonsohn, Erna Merkin and Bernhard Merkin (Templiner Strasse 17); Ruth Joseph (Metzer Strasse 30); Berthold Wolff, Waltraud Wolff, Jackie Drell and Helga Drell (Schönhauser Allee 163); Max Hersch Finger (Torstrasse 75); Manfred Rosenzweig, Luise Rosenzweig, Lilian Rosenzweig, Bertholt Feit, Sara Feit and Iro Feit (Torstrasse 89); Ernst Jacoby, Ernestine Jacoby, Wolfgang Jacoby and Lieselotte Jacoby (Oranienburger Strasse 46-47); Martin Jonas (Auguststrasse 4); Lothar Schreiber (Grosse Hamburger Strasse 38); Meta Winter, Minna Ring and Ismar Ring (Schönhauser Allee 175); Ernestine Jellinek, Bertha London and Rosa Dora Gross (Schönhauser Allee 174).
My first post about Stolpersteine gives more background about these memorials to the victims of National Socialism created by artist Gunter Demnig.