The largest Polish website about French cars, Francuskie.pl, has released new and astounding information about Andre Citroen, the founder of the Citroen brand. It turns out he has Polish roots and his grandparents are buried in the cemetery of Polish capital It seems that the relationship between Andre Citroen and the capital city of Warsaw is very close to what we have.
Andre Gustave Citroen was born in Paris on February 5, 1878, as the fifth child of Louis Citroen and Masha Amalia Kleinman and was raised as a Versovian. Andre’s father and grandfather, Baron Limonman, was born. The Dutch family of Andrei’s grandfather sells exotic fruits However, as time went on he was involved in jewelry and diamonds. Later, Barend Limonman and his family moved to Paris. Due to the difficulty in limonin pronunciation, they decided to change their surname to Citroen. The great mother of Andrea Citroen, Masha Amalia Kleinman, Isaac and Miriam Kleinman’s parents lived in Warsaw during the division of the Kingdom of Poland. This time is difficult for Poland and other countries.
Mr. and Mrs. Kleinman have eleven children: Bernard Salomon, Julia Amalia, Ballina Eleanora, Anna Flora Tecla, Jonas Michael He owns a house on 49th Street Krelevska, known as “Northern District” and occupies an eight-room apartment on the second floor. The house didn’t exist until our time (GPS coordinates 52.237067, 21.003756). The first day of World War II was affected by a bomb because it was in the center of Warsaw. At the time of the uprising in Warsaw (1944), it was besieged. Indeed, the silence of insurgents fought the invaders in the defense of the city, and today there are no signs of its creation.
Izak Kleinman was a merchant and monopolized the sale of salt from mines in the Polish Empire of Wailikzka. Thanks to this adventure, they were rich at that time. Even being the father of eleven, money is not a problem for him, so he looks all over Europe to find a suitable husband for his eight daughters. He is a free, modern, universal Jew who speaks German more fluently than Polish. He feels better in Berlin or Vienna than in Warsaw. Kleinman’s daughter is thoroughly educated, they know a foreign language, they are beautiful, rich, and soon their father meets a Dutch, German, Jewish, French, educated gentleman and a complex in Soon Amelia is the most beautiful and lucky woman because she married Louise Citroen, a Dutch banker.
The wedding of Maja Amalia and Louis Citroen took place in Warsaw on 31 October 1870 at the Hasidic Prayer House. The couple lived in Paris. They have five children: Jean (1872), Hugh (1873), Fernande (1874), Bernard (1875), and, of course, the youngest son Andre (1878).
Amaliya, who went to Paris, often named the Kingdom of Poland, fleeing her family and the lands of Vistula. Contact with others in Warsaw was a letter. The interesting fact of this contact is that Amalia wrote a letter to her family in German in 1884 when Andre Citroen was only 6 years old. His father, Louis Citroen, committed suicide during a nervous breakdown. During this time, everyone in the family, work, and jewelry business fall in Amalia. However, she is a strong woman who never gives up and tries to do whatever it takes to handle all the hardships and challenges.
Meanwhile, in Warsaw in 1888, the powerful Isaac Kleinman died. He was buried next to Gusov Horowitz, who died prematurely on Garcia Street in a Jewish cemetery in Warsaw, which is now Ocopova street. His grave is still alive and still has a Polish inscription (section 32, the line at 19, No. 58, PL M) GPS 52.246507 Command 20.974729
Amalia’s grandmother and parents can’t go to Paris because they have too much trouble managing more kids and running their own salt business full of time. No photos of Kleinman’s grandparents still survive to this day. Family photos were destroyed and burned during the Warsaw Uprising
In the summer of 1891, Miriam Kleinman and her daughter, Julia Horowitz, went on a vacation. Part of the family decided to go to a guesthouse in Otwak, near Warsaw. However, Miriam Kleinman refused to go to the Catwalk with her niece, Jena, on a trip to Chichinazak. On the other hand, the niece doesn’t like to go with her grandmother because she can enjoy bathing and play with her friends. Mrs. Miriam Kleinman makes everyone disrespect. While in Cichosinac, Mrs. Kleinmann twisted in her stomach and died after eating too much raspberry.
The funeral of Miriam Kleinman took place at the Warsaw Jewish Cemetery. All of Miriam’s daughters are from abroad: Eleonora, Flora from the Netherlands, Anna, Balbina, Amalia from Paris, and Tekla from Germany. The Warsaw brothers hosted them for Amalia to appear later. This was the last time she visited Poland. She comes alone, leaving her children at home. This is the last big gathering of the Kleinman family. The gathering is full of rich women in large hats with fur and rusty outfits that decide to attend a funeral. They bring luggage that is full of fur edges and expensive gifts. In the funeral service, according to the tradition of Judaism, the order is not an end to grief and lamentation. But this despair is just a show. Miriam Kleinman is best known for her stubbornness and selfishness in her family, which causes her death to not move anyone in the family. Andre’s Citroen’s grave is located in Warsaw. (Oklahoma Road, Region 5, Number 26, Number 65) GPS 52.245342, 20.97739
But we go back to the year 1891. The death of Miriam Kleinman changed a lot for the life of one of her daughters, Julia Horowitz, and her nine children who lived in Warsaw. The wealthy siblings renounced all rights inherited after the deceased mother received Julia’s benefits. He has a house at 49 Krelewska street and a cash contribution. With this decision, Julia doesn’t have to worry about dowry for a girl or money to teach her son. At one point, she became rich.
After Grandma Riem Kleinman’s funeral, they all went to their home, including Amalia Kleinman. As I said before, most of Amalia Citroen’s family relationships are letters. However, Julia’s daughter visited
Aunt Amalia in Paris. Mirina Kleinman’s granddaughter Janina visited Paris in 1896-1897. She was happy to be at the home of Amalia Citroen.
We stood for a moment in a thrilling story. Janina appeared around Paris by Amalia’s 17-year-old son Andre Gustave. At one time they went to Versailles together. Unfortunately, there were a lot of people at the entrance, so without being worried, the young Andre raised a small shell and said briefly “La Pres”. At that time, people separated, allowing Andrea and her cousins to pass on. Going to Janina so they will soon visit the palace and gardens. Janina has mentioned this many times as she thought and Andre reached the high ground and she was not as wrong as you saw Janina being. It’s fun in Paris
Aunt Malia loves her very much and takes her everywhere, buying a friendly fashion house, a museum in Paris, lots of beautiful things and clothes. He also promised to guide Janina’s future, but as it always happened, life played with Janina. Suddenly, Janina wanted to tell her mother about his plans for the future. Suddenly, the postman brought a letter to Jana to return to Warsaw. Unexpectedly, her sister Camila decided to study in Berlin and Janina didn’t want to leave Julia, her only mother in Warsaw.
In 1899, just two years after visiting Janina of Paris, the mother of Andre Gustave – Masha Amalia Citroen – died at the age of 48. The funeral took place on 25 May 1899 in the Montparnasse cemetery. Paris His premature death has a significant impact on the future of his youngest son Andre.
On January 24, 2020, there was a meeting at a Jewish cemetery in Warsaw, Okopova street, between Remegius Sosnowski, the cemetery administrator and Jedrzej Chmielewski, editor of Poland’s largest French automotive portal, niece Jean Goldfeeder Primo Voto Citroen and Mr. Risa, who Inventing the relationship between the Citroen family and Warsaw and Poland.
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