"Born June 9, 1908, in Mo Kré [Mokre] (Poland), son of Max Rotter and Regina Manneberg. Ernest (Ernie) Rotter was a graduate in law - he studied in Breslau, Wien and at the University of Paris; he also worked as a judge. In 1940 he left France and departed for North Africa by joining the Foreign Legion. In November 1942 he helped the American troops in the North African war. Ernest joined the American Red Cross in Casablanca as an administrative assistant in March 1943 and a few months later he was integrated into U.S. Military Aviation Command. Resident in Paris, unmarried, he joined TWA in 1946 as a manager of air traffic at Paris-Orly Airport and later became responsible for overseas industrial relations"
Ernst was one of 70 victims of the TWA Super Constellation air crash in Olgiate Olona.
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Thanks to Małgorzata Płoszaj for her research.
This record was last updated on 10/12/2021 at 17:00