Deported from Westerbork CC to Theresienstadt CC on transport XXIV/1-95 Total: 295 Died: 245 Survived 54
In the 1930s Margot Kuttner-Scholtz and her husband lived in Karlsruhe at Beiertheimer Allee 3a. In 1933 her husband sold his share in his family’s ironmonger’s business in Karlsruhe and the couple emigrated to Amsterdam in October that year. Her husband began a textiles business there. On 20 April 1943 they were both taken from Westerbork transit camp and deported to Theresienstadt. Margot Kuttner-Scholtz’s husband survived the war and returned to Amsterdam. Addition of a visitor of the website
In addition, a Jokos file (number 31818) on this family is at the Amsterdam Municipal Archive. Access is subject to authorization from the Stichting Joods Maatschappelijk Werk.The Jokos file reveals that a claim was lodged for compensation for valuables surrendered to the Lippmann-Rosenthal looting bank (L-claim, number 6875/12590).
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Steel business in Gerrmany; Textiles in Netherlands