Die Akte Margarethe Babka Geschütztes Leben in einer „Mischehe“?

Raphaela Walser


The following paper is about the Jewish woman Margarethe Babka, who lived in a so-called „protected mixed marriage“ („Mischehe“) during National Socialism in Tyrol. The status of being a protected Jew was said to be a protection from deportations, anti-Jewish laws or from detention in concentration camps. The aim of this paper is twofold. Firstly, the biographical work will provide background data to a research project at the Department of Contemporary History of the University of Innsbruck, reconstructing the life of Jewish hybrids and „mixed marriages“ in the Gau Tyrol-Vorarlberg between 1938 and 1945; secondly, it will question the aspect of protection in the life of Jews living in a „Mischehe“ during National Socialism in Tyrol by portraying the story of Margarethe Babka.





DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/historia.scribere.11.829


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