About Berger, Frieda Kahn
-Max Kahn 1901-1942 (Auschwitz)
-Salomon Kahn 1904-1993, married Grete [Margarete] Friedman (b. 1907) from Ludwigsburg, Germany (emigrated to Palmira, Colombia then later moved to Cali, Colombia)
-Julius Kahn 1905-1974 (emigrated to Shanghai, then to Selma, AL)
-Jetta Kahn (Leo Abraham) 1907-1942 (Minsk); daughter Ruth also died in Minsk
-Julia Khan 1909-1909
-Lina Kahn 1910-1942 (Auschwitz)
-Dora [Dorothea] Kahn 1912-1981, married Ludwig Lewy (emigrated to Shanghai, then to Selma, AL)
-Sally Kahn 1914-1973 (emigrated to Shanghai, then to Palmira, Colombia)
Hermann Berger, born Burgbrohl, Germany, November 6, 1904
Married December 26, 1937 in Burgbrohl, Germany
Hanna Leone, born 1942, Selma
Frieda's parents, Josef and Minna Kahn, were sent to Theresienstadt. Josef died there. Minna was then sent to Auschwitz where she was killed.
Frieda also lost three siblings in the Nazi death camps.
Frieda and her husband Hermann Berger, a tailor, were sent from New York by the National Refugee Service and sponsored by Synagogue Mishkan Israel after a Jewish tailor died in Selma.
After the war ended, the Bergers sponsored Frieda's brother Julius Kahn, her sister Dora Lewy, and brother-in-law Ludwig Lewy, all of whom had immigrated to Shanghai, China in 1939.