KH tells us that he was a doctor, married to Rose Sussmann. Details of Rose's burial record confirm that her husband was a doctor named Borinski.
SF's research into the Falk family gives his date of birth to Max Borinski and Sophie Falk.
The list of Jewish ophthalmologists includes a Leo Borinksi of the same date of birth and places him in Beuthen; the 1937 phone book gives his address as Bahnhoffstrasse 1.
He studied at Friedrich-Wilhelms University in Breslau, where his doctoral thesis Der intraoculare Druck beim Diabetes was published in 1925.
In 1927 he secured a position as an assistant doctor in the gynaecology department of the Israelitischen Kranken-Verpflegungs-Anstalt und Beerdigungs-Gesellschaft in Breslau. In related correspondence, he gives his address as Rehdigerstrasse 15; this address was occupied in the late ca 1930 by mother, his brother Alfred and Alfred's wife.
Kaethe Halberstaedter’s "Borinski" notes;
1937 telephone book for Kattowitz area;
online-ofb.de - refernce to Leo Borinski in Rose's burial record;
thieme-connect.de - Jewish Ophthalmologists During National Socialism - a Memorial File
books.google.co.uk, researchgate.net - Der intraoculare Druck beim Diabetes mellitus;
cbj.jhi.pl and following pages - appointment as assistant doctor;
cbj.jhi.pl and cbj.jhi.pl - residents of Rehdigerstrasse 15 in the 1920s.
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