In many cities they lie in the pavement: so-called stumbling blocks (Strolpersteine), which remind of the fate of Nazi persecutees. Bad Bramstedt has two since Thursday. They remind of the clinic founder Mr. Oskar Alexander and his son Robert. The father died in the concentration camp, the son fled to Colombia.

Artist Mr. Gunter Demnig (with hat) has been laying stumbling blocks for 20 years. These are reminiscent of Oscar and Robert Alexander. Initiator Fritz Bredfeldt invited the descendants Karen Alexander and Lizi Alexander-Christiansen to the ceremony. Source: Einar Behn

The name Oskar Alexander is closely linked to the recent history of Bad Bramstedt. He founded in the 1930s, the former rheumatism ...

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