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Kaddish in Norway: On the trail of Stolpersteine/snublestein/stumbling blocks

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  1. I had two relatives who died in Norway.
    One was my grandmother, Lilli Koehne who moved from Berlin to Oslo before the war to escape from Nazi Germany. I believe she died in Norway around 1941 and after the war a case of her things reached her son and my father Fritz Koehne in London.

    I believe that she may have gone to Norway to live with Professor Victor Goldschmidt a nephew I think. He moved to Oslo from Germany, also from Nazi Germany and he established a name for himself in Norway and is remembered in the geology department at Oslo University. I believe that he escaped to Sweden and then came England to help plan the Normandy landings . After the war he returned to Oslo and died there not long after his return.
    I would be interested to find out more about their deaths in burials, presumably in Oslo. Do you have any leads.

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  2. THERE ARE PEOPLE WITH GOOD WILL IN NORWAY WHO WISH OT PRESERVE TO MEMORY OF THE JEWS. HOWEVER NOWADAYS ARE ANTI-ISRAEL AND ANTISEMITES. HATE NEVER DIES!!

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