During my Christmas vacation from December 22, 1942 to January 6, 1943, which I spent in my homeland in Saarbrücken, I got together with an old classmate Dr. Heinrich Bollinger, whose parents also live in Saarbrücken. I already had planned to travel to Bonn during my Christmas vacation to visit acquaintances there. Continue reading
During my Christmas vacation from December 22, 1942 to January 6, 1943, which I spent in my homeland in Saarbrücken…
Following 14 days leave, which I spent in my homeland [Note 1], I continued my studies at the University of Munich … Continue reading
I was able to handle the demands of school without any trouble. The whole thing seemed like a game to me. I was able to retain everything I heard and read without any effort. I had plenty of time left over for extracurricular activities. I was able to learn how to play the violin. I had plenty of time to play and took part in the pastimes of children of our acquaintance. [Illegible paragraph.] Continue reading
I attended elementary school in Saarbrücken for 4 years, and following that the Ludwig Gymnasium until the Abitur. My matriculation exam was generally satisfactory. I received B’s in music, P.E., and religion, and C’s in the rest of the subjects, that is, sufficient.
The personal data previously given are accurate. I was born in Kuchenheim, Rheinbach County, Cologne District, where my father was director of a dairy. When I was 4 years old, my father moved his place of residence from Kuchenheim to Saarbrücken where he started a job as Managing Director of a wine wholesaler, Johannishof A.G. Continue reading
I attended elementary school and the Gymnasium in Saarbrücken.
The first years of my parents’ marriage, they lived in Kuchenheim near Emskirchen, where my father was director of a dairy. I was born in this Rhineland village on January 2, 1918 and spent the first four years of my life there. I do not remember anything from that time. Continue reading