Johanna STANDL, born on June 12, 1887 in Heiligenstatt, a district of the municipality of Lengau in the Innviertel, and baptized Catholic, worked as a maid and cook in the city of Salzburg from 1926.

The unmarried woman mostly lived with her employers, most recently for a few days in the »Dienstmädchenheim Marianum«, Griesgasse 8.

Johanna STANDL had been a patient at the Salzburg State Sanatorium since February 1934 and was one of the 85 inmates who were deported to Hartheim and murdered on May 21, 1941.

As with all victims of the National Socialist secret action »T4«1, the death of the 53-year-old woman is not recorded in the police registry of the city of Salzburg.

Surviving relatives are not known here.

1 It was called the »T4« program because its Berlin headquarters were located at Tiergartenstraße 4.
Primarily responsible for the murderous program in Salzburg were: Dr. Friedrich Rainer as Governor, Dr. Oskar Hausner as leader of the regional health office, Dr. Leo Wolfer as director of the State Asylum (now called the Christian-Doppler-Clinic), and Dr. Heinrich Wolfer as head of the hereditary disease section of the State Asylum.


  • Salzburg City Archives
  • Schloss Hartheim Learning and Memorial Center
Author: Gert Kerschbaumer
Translation: DeepL

Stumbling Stone
Laid 21.07.2010 at Salzburg, Griesgasse 8

<p>HIER WOHNTE<br />
JG. 1887<br />
DEPORTIERT 1941<br />
ERMORDET 1941</p>
Photo: Gert Kerschbaumer

All stumbling stones at Griesgasse 8