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Submitted by David John Lichtenstein

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Category: Interpretation
Approval Date: 10/14/2018 4:13 PM
Family Surname: Lichtenstein
Town: Berlin
Date of Image: 1946
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This seems to me like the addresses of places where my late Grandfather Friedrich Lichtenstein lived in Berlin just prior to, during and after World War 2. I would like confirmation of the addresses, whether these places still exist today and most importantly I am planning a trip to Germany in late July early August 2019 to follow up on his foot-steps and would be seeking an English-speaking German guide to find these addresses/places

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10/14/2018 8:35 PM At the time of the document: 62 Kostanzerstrasse, Wilmersdorf, Berlin [lso for part of 19432]

From Jan 1, 1944: 4 Walter Fischerstrasse

At some time during Nazi times: 11 Jenaerstrasse

Until March 1943: 19 Spichernstrasse

I think all the streets are the same except Walter FischerS Strasse, which since 1947 is Fechnerstra├če
10/15/2018 8:09 AM Konstanzerstr. is still there too.

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