This was another week when I seemed to see Stolpersteine wherever I went. I have added photos of all of the Stolpersteine I saw to the gallery here.
I saw memorials to: Johanna Baer (Dudenstrasse 32A); Wilhelm Machold and Julius Friede (Mehringdamm 88). As I was getting my camera out to take a photo of these two a very nice lady who was entering the building stopped and explained to me (very patiently because of my basic German) that there were another two just down the road. She also said that the building is not the original building in which these people lived; Abraham Loeser and Gertrude Loeser (Mehringdamm 86); Emma Cohn and Hermann Cohn (Kreuzbergstrasse 2-3); Karl Lehmann and Jette Lehmann Grossbeerenstr 56a); Paulina Frommholz (Kreuzbergstrasse 72); Manfred Joel, Tana Joel and Regina Joel (Corner of Oranienstrasse and Prinzenstrasse). Something a little strange has happened here because Regina Joel’s name appears on a Stolpersteine in a line of three here and also on a single Stolperstein close to the next three; Manfred Krieger, Sara Krieger and Jakob Krieger (Corner of Oranienstrasse and Prinzenstrasse); Moritz Silberblatt, Anna Bukofzer and Adolf Bukofzer (Oranienstrasse 120); Heinrich Feilchenfeld (Oranienstrasse 119); Rosa Günsberg (Friedrichstrasse 40); Max Matschke (Friedrichstrasse 34); Max Fromm (Friedrichstrasse 30); Julius Laufer (Muskauer Strasse 48)
My first post about Stolpersteine gives more background about these memorials to the victims of National Socialism created by artist Gunter Demnig.