Author of "Die Geschichte der Familie Nothmann".
Held in Buchenwald concentraion camp until 16/12/1938. Emigrated to the Netherlands 21/01/1939. Deported to Westerbork transit camp, Theresienstadt concentration camp and finally Auschwitz concentration camp where he was murdered 2 days after his arrival.
Translation of the entry for his Stolperstein (Berlin-Schoeneberg, Elssholzstraße 30–33) in de.wikipedia.org:
He studied law and in 1914 passed the Second State Examination. From 1914 to 1918 he fought at the front. After the war he married Gertrud Bernhard; the sons were born in 1920, 1925 and 1932. The family lived in Berlin-Lichterfelde at Moltkestrasse 10. From 1921 he was a district judge at the District Court I in Berlin. He was a criminal judge and from 1929 adjudicator; in 1933 he worked in the 2nd Criminal Senate. From April 1933 he was forcibly placed on leave and from July 1933 he was subject to a professional ban. After Kristallnacht he was deported to the Buchenwald concentration camp, but was released on 16 December 1938. In January 1939, the family emigrated to The Hague. After the invasion of the Wehrmacht, the entire family was arrested and taken to the Westerbork transit camp. From there, Friedrich Nothmann and his family were deported to Theresienstadt on 4 September 1944 with the penultimate transport and then on 16 October 1944 to Auschwitz, where they were probably murdered on 18 October 1944. His wife Gertrud and two of his sons also died in Auschwitz, the fate of the third son is unknown.
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