Anton Ottmann

  • Letters against oblivion
  • Literature

Anton Ottmann is working on the life story of the Heidelberg Jewish business family Leopold and Rositta Oppenheimer and their sons Max and Hans. The parents were deported to an internment camp in Gurs in 1940, from where they wrote more than 200 letters to each other with their son Hans, who had to work on a French farm. From these, the author has written a staged reading, which he will present together with his wife Ursula, the cabaret artist and author Friedrich E. Becht and the former member of the Bundestag Gert Weisskirchen.

The Dielheim author Anton Ottmann writes for the daily press and publishes books of fiction. Currently, he is mainly engaged in regional historical documentaries.

In the series Local Monday

Foto: F. E. Becht

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