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Ronnie, as we preferred to call him, was a very healthy and vibrant baby and soon began to talk. He walked earlier than most kids, and showed his keen interest in everything early on. He was our pride and joy and we took him everywhere with us. His mother was very courageous and never afraid to try new things I think we took Ronnie skiing with us early on and when we couldn't do that, he stayed with his grandparents, Omi Betty and Opa Leo. He made us all very happy and kept his mother very busy. Four years later, February 22,our second son arrived. We named him Jeffrey Lee. The middle name was for Leo, his Opa.

Jeff's blonde silky hair made everybody want to touch him and he also developed very fast and soon became a very inquisitive kid. Both boys got along beautifully together, Ronnie would teach Jeff things which he had learned and Jeff loved it. Now the two of them made us very happy and kept mom and dad on weekends very busy. We hiked and did many excursions by car and by foot. Germany was at peace, six years had past since they lost World War I and signed a peace treaty at Versailles and under Chancellor Hindenburg, were rebuilding their economy.

So into this hopeful atmosphere, my mother gave birth to me on April 13th, My father Leo and my mother Betty had married in and had their first child, also a boy, in They named their first son, Albert. So I was welcomed by my older brother and our nanny, Rohrbach, more about her later.

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Today inthis Jewish young people's camp is being remembered by the Lutheran-Protestant church in Schermbeck and they build a memorial museum to the memory of the Jewish community in western Germany and this is located in the township of Dorsten. Thanks in large part to pastor Wolfgang Bornebusch. Of course, I could go on and on about those events, but let's get back to our home in Gelsenkirchen Geki. Their sons, Lutz and Herbert, I believe became active in that business, until in about they wisely relocated to Rotterdam Holland. Actually they had lived there before and my mother, their first daughter was born there.

I suppose when I was six years old, I started elementary school and when Jewish children were no longer permitted to attend public schools, in I was thirteen years oldI was put into our local Jewish parochial school under the principal teacher Lehrer Weinstock, since we were prohibited from attending the regular schools. Somehow I was later permitted to attend the real gymnasium junior h. However this short time left a lasting impression on me. So at age 14, I was quite unhappy and being sensitive to my surroundings, I noticed more and insecurity around our house.

My story - Fred Gompertz

My father adopted an orphan child whose parents had sent him to Germany for safekeeping from Poland, where pogroms against Jews were already in progress. This Jewish lived with us and we got along fine. Having a very large multi-storeyed house, we could accommodate comfortably many more people. Our bedroom was very large and then we had a Kinderzimmer and besides other bedrooms and baths, there was a library or Herrenzimmer, a dining room and a formal very large dining and Entertainment centre wit a concert piano and a tiger skin rug, and windows facing Bahnhofstrasse with balconies. In the night and the early Car show slut hours of November 9thI was shocked awake by thunderous noise and the breaking of glass which lasted for an eternity.

The shock was so tremendous hat I was left with permanent damage to my nervous system. Upon slightly recovering from the initial blast, I remember going to the window of our bedroom on the third floor of our house, and what I saw made me pass Veronica escort london, although briefly. And when I recovered, I saw mobs of young people with crowbars, breaking all our store's Showindows there were about seven display windows which they shattered and then also knifed all display dummies and their precious coverings.

These young hoodlums were lead on by uniformed Nazis, SA and SS storm troopers, many of them probably were the teachers of those students doing the actual dirty work. Apparently our parents were just as dumfounded and scared as we were and could not offer much Wife slut desparate amatuers. So little brother Rolf, the boy from Poland and me just lay there, trying not to hear the chanting of the mobs below, who were yelling " death to Jews" and singing the Horst Wessel Lied, "Die Fahne hoch", which had become their national anthem.

Another song which they were yelling and which became the accompanying song in every parade, was "Bis das Judenblut vom Messer spritzt" this earthquake like noise continued into the wee hours of the morning and until the mornings first light. The "troops" moved on and left only the police to guard the devastation. Our residence and private quarters occupied the third floor of our building, the street floor being the vast retail store and the second floor was occupied by the offices and the workrooms or ateliers. In between the front part of the building was a "Hof" which means an open area, where we usually played ball or other games.

We always entered from the side street, crossed this Hof and then entered the main building where we climbed a large circular staircase to our apartment. This circular stairs case also had great banisters which we could slide down as often as we liked. So on this morning, probably around seven, we could hear heavy boots coming up the stairs and when the knocks on the upstairs front door became louder, we knew that the police had arrived. To protect us to apologize for the mobs? No they came to arrest our father and take any other male over the age of eighteen, to police New jersey escort susie summers Gestapo headquarters down the street. Luckily Brother Albert was no longer living at home, since he was attending textile school in Aachen, where he was also picked up by the police and released because he was not yet eighteen years old.

Father Leo was released within 24 hours and that was lucky. Because all those men who were not released, were sent to concentration camp and Los angeles escort pregnant a few ever came back to rejoin their desperate families. I believe that the Nazis only released those, who, could prove that they already had an exit permit and visa to Cheap escort houston country, and where the Nazis could benefit by releasing the hostage.

Those who could not prove that money would be paid for their release, were sent away to concentration camps. So father was lucky and of course very smart and he was able to convince those kidnapers that a ransom would be paid. This ransom was consequently paid, primarily by turning ownership of the building and the real estate he owned in another section of town, where we also had a small farm and fruit orchard, vegetable farm, over to the Nazis. He apparently promised them that he would sign over everything to the party and actually one of their party members who were also our factory manager, my father's employee, became the owner.

Father also had to promise that he and his family would disappear quickly and no later than a few months from that date. Again luck or god was on our side, because our grandparents lived across the border in Holland, and in December we left our beautiful home, never to return. But we had our lives. Actually, little brother Rolf was picked up by one of their Dutch friends, driven across the border and he became a foster child of a wonderful Dutch family. He continued to live with them, learn the Dutch language and attend their other children's school. When we arrived in Holland, the Dutch government interned us in a refugee camp, first near Rotterdam and later in Amsterdam, where it was called "The Lloyd Hotel".

Although the Dutch government must have tried to quickly make this place liveable, it had barely the absolute necessities, so every room was converted into a family room and they were very small to begin with. So we were given double deck bunks, a table and washrooms down the hall. For us kids this was just another adventure, a camp out, but for the older people, it must have been horrible. The immense dining hall, where all meals were taken, was also down the hall and I forgot who did the cooking. I think it was army style with cooks and dishwashers having been appointed or selected. There was also a large playroom with a few ping pong tables, which was our entertainment for the duration.

But at least we were safe and we thanked the queen of Holland for it. We were also allowed to visit our grandparents in nearby Ymuiden once or twice that year. They had a beautiful house and it was near the beach. We had spent many summers there before and loved it. So somehow, during those eight or nine months, which seemed a lifetime, we recovered all our senses and when the time came to board the S. Statendam in Rotterdam, we were ready for the biggest journey of our lives. Only then did we realize the real devastation of our property. The police had surrounded our block, "to protect us from looters", they said. They then ordered us to clean up and to pick up every last piece of shattered glass from sidewalk and street.

How we did that, I don't remember, during all this the mobs of school children and storm troopers were yelling at us and calling out their death threats Jude. I also remember crossing our "Hof" in order to get to the side street, and there I was seized upon by a group of at least six, who started to beat me up and surely have killed me if one of our Christian Arian employees had not come to my assistance. In the store all hell had broken loose, there was a rampage of mostly hoodlums who had started to ransack all that was left inside the main floor of the store. We had a mezzanine which overlooked the sales area, and at this time there were some of our employees whose offices had been there, on that mezzanine.

He overlooked the terrible scene of destruction below, and the yelling by the Nazis, kill all the Jews, and he felt helpless at only 17 years of age, and so he yelled back at the bastards below, "Schweinehunde", pigs. When the uniformed Nazis below heard, they came running up the stairs ready to find and lynch him on the spot. Walter was very fast, he must have crawled under the work benches and they did not find him. My heart was in my throat because I knew that they would kill him. All I can remember is that again some of our very fine gentile employees helped him to hide and later that afternoon helped him to escape. I never really found out how he managed to avoid being arrested but he did get away and his parents helped him to escape to England.

I saw Walter again many years later in London, where he had become a prominent member of British society. Incidentally this reminds me of the "Kindertransport" by which many Jewish parents were able to send their children away to safety and London. What a sad experience it must have been for the many parents and the children who became orphans in a strange land. Again, many years later I was fortunate enough to see how wise these parents had been and how brave, most of these young people became solid citizens of Britain and I know of one who made it into parliament. Meanwhile back in Gelsenkirchen Gekiour synagogue was burning down to its foundation, having been torched by the SA troopers during the night.

It was customary for the caretaker and often the rabbi to have their residential quarters next to the temple. And so it was also in our neighbour city of Essen, where the rabbi was Dr. He and his family of two daughters and his wife were routed by the gangs while they torched the beautiful edifice, a temple which was an architectural masterpiece. Luckily they did escape with their lives and were able to come to America, where he re-established his congregation in New York, and he named it "Habonim" translated, the builders. Our father was asked by Dr.

Hahn to help him and he became one of the founding builders of the New York temple on west 66th street. How foresighted our parents were, because the area which they chose and where they were able to purchase land to build, a few years later became the home of the world renown Lincoln Centre and also the home of the Julliard School of music and opposite our temple now stands the television city of ABC, channel 7. Land prices have skyrocketed and despite a real estate recession in New York, this area has tremendously increased in value, thanks to the forward thinking of our parents. I married a beautiful, intelligent loving and caring wife.

I was blessed with two wonderful and healthy sons. My dreams were truly coming true. My designs were beginning to sell well and my name was being recognized as a major force in the fashion business. As the decade turned and we were now in the 's I had another dream. The regular fur wholesale and retail business was not good enough for me. My dream was to have an apparel company which was not only in furs but rather in all outerwear. So as I started to design other fashions and also hats, I saw the tremendous possibilities. My favourite subject however was still sportswear and so my concentration was in that direction.

The most difficult thing, I began to realize, in this business is not the designing, that requires only excellent good taste and professional know-how, but the most difficult thing is: So on a wonderful day in earlyI spoke with my new friend, the son of one of the wealthiest Jewish families in New York, by name Wolf Oppenheimer, and I invited him to dinner. Not in a best restaurant, but in our home on park terrace east. Rita prepared a marvellous meal and wolf was very happy to be with a young couple an he admired how we lived. Since he was still a bachelor and a confirmed one, he liked Rita and enjoyed our friendship.

The next day, we spoke about my business and also since his mother was one of my strongest supporters and clients, the subject turned to financing a growing company. I remember him saying "all I have is money". He had actually never had to work, although he dabbled in textiles, his job was to manage money. I immediately called my patent attorney, the one who had some years before registered the "Mr. Fred" trademark and he registered the "fur and sport" trademark. The only mistake I probably made at that time was not to continue separately the "Mr.

It seemed to me not necessary at that time. With Wolf's loan in hand, I now continued with my plan to expand this business and designs for fur and sport. The early success of my collections is history the 60's were wonderful. All celebrities and socialites came to my door, because I was fulfilling their dreams, to own a contemporary fur. I suppose the term "fun furs" came into being because of this. I do not take full credit for that, because as is well known. However it still remained a subsidiary of L. Gompertz furs and therefore it paid the parent's company debts and so kept L. On a day to day basis. After father Leo died, we found many problems with the financing of the company. Fur and sport was still not strong enough financially, to keep on feeding the debts of the parent company so, although some bank loans were granted because of our good performance, there came a day of reckoning in early The bank called its loan and we were not able to make it good on the spur of the moment.

Wolf tried to help and so did another very good friend and fine human being, Fred Mathes. But the accountants decided that this was not good enough for continued operations, and so they convinced brother Albert to throw in the towel and declare bankruptcy. Since I was president of the company and had also personally signed for the bank loan, I bore the brunt of their onslaught and was forced to declare personal bankruptcy we all know what that means and the effects it has on a young man's ego, but so it went and for the next seven years, no credit.

To add insult to injury, my brother Albert insisted on going into competition with me and he went to court to get possession of my trademark. This became a very difficult situation since the people there were not in agreement with anything I was doing. Four years later, inI received a phone call from Hutchison International in Hong Kong, and they asked me join them and direct one of their factories there and redevelop their fur business as well as their leather garment business also to be in charge of their China fur business. Excited at the prospect of a fresh start, she arrived as a backpacker on a Working Holiday Visa doing temp work in call centres and as a waitress.

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