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Meta Langstroff (1891 - 1940)

Meta Amande Sophie Langstroff was born on 30.04.1891 as the daughter of the baker Ernst Reukauf in Liebenstein (today Bad Liebenstein). She married the Reichsbahn secretary Heinrich Langstroff; the marriage produced two children. In 1936, the family is listed for the first time in the Jena address book at Lutherstraße 72.

Meta Langstroff was initially treated for mental health problems in Jena and from 1937 in the Thuringian State Sanatorium in Stadtroda. As part of "Aktion T4", Meta Langstroff was deported from Stadtroda via the Zschadraß intermediate station in Saxony to Pirna-Sonnenstein in 1940, together with numerous other patients. She was murdered there in the gas chamber on 26.09.1940.

On 23.08.2021, a Stumbling Stone was placed for Meta Langstroff in front of Lutherstraße 72 (initiative of the Working Group Speaking Past).

Stolperstein mit roter und gelber Rose
Stolperstein für Meta Langstroff in der Lutherstraße 72

Meta Langstroff lived here, born in 1891, admitted to the Stadtroda State Sanatorium in 1937, "transferred" to Pirna-Sonnenstein on September 26, 1940, murdered on September 26, 1940 "Aktion T4".


Meta Langstroff stumbling block

Lutherstr. 72
07743 Jena