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Elsa Ullmann

ELSA (also Else or Lise) ULLMANN was born on 11 August 1889 in Emmendingen. Her maiden name was HHEILBRUNNER. She was married to the merchant OSCAR ULLMANN, who ran a leather shop in Freiburg. Together they had a daughter Irene (*February 14, 1911). They lived at Erwinstraße 41a. From 1939 ELSA ULLMANN was registered independently at Erwinstraße 87. The Nazis had arrested her husband on 10 November 1938 and deported him to the Dachau concentration camp on 11 November. On April 11, 1939, Elsa Ullmann had to give up her entire fortune.

On October 22, 1940, she was arrested and deported with her husband to the Gurs camp. There she had to live for almost two years in the most terrible camp conditions. From Gurs she was deported to the Drancy concentration camp. On August 12, 1942, she was deported with convoy No. 18 to the Auschwitz concentration camp. At the age of 53, Elsa Ullmann was murdered in the gas chambers of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. Officially, she was declared dead after the war.

ELSA (also Else or Lise) ULLMANN was born in Emmendingen on 11 August 1889. Her maiden name was HHEILBRUNNER. She was married to the merchant OSCAR ULLMANN, who ran a leather shop in Freiburg. Together they had the daughter Irene (*14 February 1911). They lived at Erwinstraße 41a. From 1939, ELSA ULLMANN was registered as self-employed at Erwinstraße 87. The Nazis had arrested her husband on 10 November 1938 and deported him to Dachau concentration camp on 11 November. On 11 April 1939, Elsa Ullmann had to hand over all her assets.
On 22 October 1940, she was arrested and deported to the Gurs camp together with her husband. There she had to live for almost two years under the most terrible camp conditions. From Gurs she was deported to the Drancy concentration camp. On 12 August 1942, she was further deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp with convoy no. 18. At the age of 53, Elsa Ullmann was murdered in the gas chambers of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. She was officially declared dead after the war.