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Zeugnis der Jeschiwa Frankfurt für Benjámin Eisenberger

Das ist die Bestätigung der Yeshivah in Frankfurt für meinen Bruder Benjámin Eisenberger.

Mein ältester Bruder Benjámin ging in Pressburg zur Schule. Er hatte einen klugen Kopf, also ging er 1926 nach Frankfurt am Main studieren, damit mein Vater über ihn nicht den Diktator spielen konnte.

Dort war die einzige Universität in Europa, die eine Fakultät für Talmud hatte. Als 1933 Hitler die Macht übernahm, musste mein Bruder mit dem Studium aufhören.

Die Universität stellte aber für alle ein Zertifikat aus, mit dem man nach Israel hat gehen können.

Herman Beitner

This is a studio portrait of my father, Herman Beitner. It was taken in the 1920s in Magdeburg, but I don’t know exactly when and in what studio.

Father was calm, he was good, not talkative, very liberal towards his children, towards the world. He had blond hair, blue eyes. He had a very friendly face. He wore a suit.

After the wedding my parents went to Magdeburg. There was a painful economic crisis in Poland and that's why Father went to Germany looking for work. I think it must have been 1920. He worked at his sister's store.

Irena Wygodzka with her parents Herman and Bajla Beitner and her brother Natan Beitner

This is my family, the Beitners. My mother Bajla Beitner is sitting down and holding me, Irena Wygodzka.

My father, Herman Beitner is standing and has his arm on my brother’s, Natan’s, shoulder. This is a studio portrait taken while we were still living in Magdeburg, at atelier Dba Elmen, in the year 1923.

After the wedding my parents went to Magdeburg. There was a painful economic crisis in Poland and that's why Father went to Germany looking for work.

Herman Beitner in the German Army during World War I

This is a picture of my father, Herman Beitner, when he was in the Prussian Army during World War I.

It’s an informal snapshot with some of his friends from the army, but I don’t know who the other soldiers are. Father is second from the right. The photo was taken in Hammerstein, Germany, in 1915.

I remember how Mother told me that she waited seven years, because during World War I Father was in the Prussian Army.

Herman Beitner in the German Army during World War I

This is a picture of my father, Herman Beitner, when he was in the Prussian Army during World War I. I don’t know who the other soldiers are. Father is standing first from the right. The photo was taken in Hammerstein, Germany, in 1915.

I remember how Mother told me that she waited seven years, because during World War I Father was in the Prussian Army.

He only married my mother after he was discharged from the army. So he was in the army between 1914 and 1918, and I think they got married in 1919, because my brother, Natan, was born in 1921 and I was born in 1922.

Herman Beitner in the German Army during World War I

This is a picture of my father, Herman Beitner, when he was in the Prussian Army during World War I. The photo was taken in Hammerstein in 1915, but I don’t know who took it.

I remember how Mother told me that she waited seven years, because during World War I Father was in the Prussian Army.

He only married my mother after he was discharged from the army. So he was in the army between 1914 and 1918, and I think they got married in 1919, because my brother, Natan, was born in 1921 and I was born in 1922.

Herman Beitner in the German Army during World War I

This is a picture of my father, Herman Beitner, when he was in the Prussian Army during World War One.

He is wearing a uniform. This is a studio portrait, but I don’t know where it was taken, possibly in Hammerstein in 1915.

I remember how Mother told me that she waited seven years, because during World War I Father was in the Prussian Army. He only married my mother after he was discharged from the army.

So he was in the army between 1914 and 1918, and I think they got married in 1919, because my brother, Natan, was born in 1921 and I was born in 1922.

Herman Beitner in the German Army during World War I

This is a picture of my father, Herman Beitner, when he was in the Prussian Army during World War I.

I don’t know who the other soldiers are. Father is looking out through the window, he’s the second from the right in that window. The photo was taken in Hammerstein, Germany, in 1915.

I remember how Mother told me that she waited seven years, because during World War I Father was in the Prussian Army.

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