Laupheim - "German, Jewish and Neither" in NY Times Sunday "Opinion" page #germany
JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
Thanks to Miranda Neubauer for this citation. And apologies for not
posting it sooner. The opinion piece appeared in the Jan. 3, 2014,
Sunday NY Times.
"Laupheim, a small town in southern Germany, once boasted a large
Jewish community and named a prominent street after one of its Jewish
sons: Carl Laemmle, who went on to found Universal Studios. But all of
that changed in the 1930s. By 1992, when I started fifth grade,
Laemmle's name had long since been removed >from the map, and my mother
and I were the only Jews in town."