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Plaque Hans Rosenthal

This plaque commemorates Hans Rosenthal, who lives here until 1941. As Jewish resident of Berlin, he was opbligated to forced labor. From 1943 on, he managed to hide himself in a community gardencomplex in Lichtenberg, where he was taken care of by three non-Jewish women.

After the war, he became a well-known radio- and TV-entertainer and an important person in the Jewish community in Germany.

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