Recently discovered composite picture in a Dortmund newspaper, ca. 1916-1917: “The nine sons of widow Löwenhard, Dortmund, Gerberstraße 12, who are all on the battlefields”
The cross was put by Adolf Löwenhardt when on 27 July 1933 he added this newspaper cutting to a letter he wrote to the authorities in Arnsberg, pleading for the right to earn his living – and support some of his brothers – after he had been robbed of his butcher shop.
Landsarchiv Nordrhein-Westfalen, Münster, Regierung Arnsberg 43678: Zulassung jüdischer Viehhändler auf den Märkten.
Read also the report in Der Schild of 6 March 1936