Paul was a doctor / chemist. He attended the Koeniglichen Gymnasium in Koenigshuette.
Yad Vashem records state that Alice and Paul had lived in Hamburg and in Bergen (Norway) where their property was subject to Aryanization, and that Alice died in Auschwitz concentration camp the day after transportation from Berlin. A Yad Vashem testimonial says that Paul also died in Auschwitz concentration camp.
Possibly the "Prof. P. Borinski" refered to in this 1928 paper by Prof. Dr. Alfred Stock as director of the Chemical Institute of the Berlin Health-Administration who founded of the Mercury Investigative Agency of the City of Berlin. A Dr Phil Paul Borinski, chemist, is listed in the 1930 Berlin address book at NW87, Claudius Strasse 7.
Sources (click here for generic source information)
Kaethe Danziger (geb. Halberstaedter)’s "Borinski" notes;
Zur Geschichte des Koeniglichen Gymnasiums in Koenigshuette O.-S. 1877-1902 page 32 (35;
yadvashem.org, yadvashem.org - Yad Vashem records.
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