Franz Neudorfer

HIER WOHNTE
FRANZ NEUDORFER
JG. 1911
DEPORTIERT 17.4.1941
SCHLOSS HARTHEIM
ERMORDET 1941

Mittelstraße 3

Neudorfer, Franz

Franz NEUDORFER was born in Itzling (which was part of the Gnigl community until they were both annexed to Salzburg in 1935) on June 30, 1911 and was the older of the two children of the Catholic couple Maria and Max NEUDORFER. Max was a railroader. The family lived in Itzling and had local citizenship rights in Gnigl, but Maria and Max’s marriage ended in divorce.

Franz NEUDORFER worked as a laborer for a plumber and was still unmarried when he was admitted to the Salzburg State Asylum in December 1936. He was one of the 82 patients who were deported from there to the Hartheim Castle killing center near Linz on April 17, 1941 — where they were all murdered. As with all the other victims of the Nazis’ secret »T4«1 program, the death of the 29 year old Franz NEUDORFER was not recorded in the Salzburg police registration files. His younger brother Max survived the terror years in Salzburg.

1 It was called »T4« because its Berlin headquarters were located at Tiergartenstraße 4

Sources

Author:Gert Kerschbaumer
Translation:Stan Nadel

Nearby Stumbling Blocks

Kreuzstraße 9 57m 57m, 344°  Reindl, Anton
Reindl, Anna
Kreuzstraße 7 58m 58m, 319°  Thalhammer, Josef
Kreuzstraße 4 68m 68m, 299°  Gstöttner, Maria
Kreuzstraße 14 77m 77m, 73°  Emminger, Karl
Werkstättenstraße 12 89m 89m, 29°  Belousov, Johann

Stumbling Blocks

Laid 2016-11-14 at Mittelstraße 3, Salzburg

DE EN