Jewish Cemetery Trautmannsdorf
Until World War II, the small cemetery in Trautmannsdorf was mainly used as a burial place for Jewish guests who had passed away in the nearby spa town of Bad Gleichenberg. The cemetery was completely destroyed in 1938. Today, just a few memorial stones still exist; some of them are for Hungarian-Jewish forced laborers whose mortal remains were transferred here from the surrounding area after 1945.
Trautmannsdorf (gegenüber des Kommunalfriedhofes an der Straßengabelung, zwischen den Hausnummern 188 und 246), 8343 Trautmannsdorf |
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1090/2006, protected monument
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Jewish Community Vienna
The owner of this cemetery has not filed an application to receive a subsidy from the Fund for the Restoration of the Jewish Cemeteries in Austria.