Otto BONDY was born in Vienna in 1873. He was a Jewish entrepreneur in Vienna and Salzburg and lived in the house of his younger brother Arthur at 20 Neutorstrasse before returning to Vienna. He was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp on July 14, 1942, and transferred to the Treblinka death camp on September 21, 1942 where he was murdered.

Arthur and Otto Bondy’s brother Ernst was also murdered in the Shoah, along with his wife and two children – as was their sister Leonie Bondy Taussig with her husband and child. The grave of their parents, Joseph and Bertha Bondy, is located in the Jewish section of Vienna’s central cemetery.

Author: Gert Kerschbaumer
Translation: Stan Nadel

Stumbling Stone
Laid 21.07.2010 at Salzburg, Neutorstraße 20

<p>HIER WOHNTE<br />
OTTO BONDY<br />
JG. 1873<br />
DEPORTIERT 1942<br />
THERESIENSTADT<br />
1942 TREBLINKA<br />
ERMORDET</p>
Registration form of Otto Bondy

All stumbling stones at Neutorstraße 20