(1907 - 1984)
Franz Ehrlich was active/lived in Germany. Franz Ehrlich is known for painting.
Biography Franz Ehrlich
Franz Ehrlich grew up in Leipzig and studied, following a precedent
apprenticeship as a machine fitter, at the Bauhaus in Dessau, where he
first completed a certification exam as a carpenter and later worked for
Walter Gropius, from 1927 to 1930. Due to his communist disposition, he
was charged with "preparation of high treason" by the Nazis and
incarcerated in Zwickau prison and later in the concentration camp
Buchenwald. The fact that he designed the front gate inscription, "JEDEM
DAS SEINE" [to each their own, or figuratively: everyone gets what they
deserve], in Buchenwald, is acrimonious without parallel.
and 1945, he was a soldier in the Wehrmacht punishment unit 999 in
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