|Lahn River (September 2014)|
|Elizabeth's Church (September 2014)|
But every day, I also walk by the ghosts of the past. Their names are on gold-colored squares in the sidewalk, and they are people who used to live and work on the street I walk down.
In memory of all those who died or suffered because of human cruelty and prejudice and in solidarity with those who today suffer prejudice and cruelty.
Especially in memory of:
- Isaak Julius Adler
- deported 1942 to Theresienstadt Concentration camp (located in modern day Czech Republic), murdered Oct. 30, 1942.
- Dina Lucas
- deported 1942 to Theresienstadt Concentration camp, murdered Sept 9, 1942 in Treblinka Extermination Camp (in modern day Poland).
- Dr. Ludwig Bachrach
- forbidden to work in 1933, fled to France, died in 1942 in Dijon.
- Bertha Bachrach
- fled to France in 1933, survived
- Walter Helmut Bachrach
- fled in 1933 to France, interned in the Drancy Internment Camp, Paris, France, and deported and murdered in Auschwitz in 1942.
- Albrecht Artur Bachrach
- fled in 1933 to France, interned at Drancy, deported and murdered in 1942.
- Pauline Rothschild
- attempted to flee to the USA in 1939, died April 1, 1941 in Marburg.
- Minna Rothschild
- attempted to flee to the USA in 1939, deported to Riga, Latvia in 1941 and murdered.
- Dr. Benno Benedict
- deported in 1942 to Theresienstadt, murdered Oct. 2, 1942.
- Richard Hartmann
- Hospitalized 1922 at the State Hospital Marburg/Scheuern, transferred? to Hadamar and murdered on May 16, 1941 as part of Aktion T4 (non-voluntary euthanasia program).