Aron Albrecht was born in Heubach on December 12, 1885 as first son of then teacher David Albrecht and his wife Jettchen, née Waller.
After attending the college of education in Berlin, Aron passed two teacher's exams 1906 in Berlin and 1909 in Köpenick (former independent city today a part of Berlin). From February 1915 to November 1918 he did his military service as (medical) orderly corporal. Aron Albrecht taught as an elementary teacher in Frankfurt / Main at the Merian School and in Munich at the Jewish elementary school. Related to the November Pogrom from November 14, 1938 on he was temporarily imprisoned in the concentration camp Dachau. His moving in to Munich is documented to have occurred on January 9, 1940, from Beelitz, district of Potsdam.
On April 4, 1942, Aron Albrecht was deported from Munich to Piaski. At the time he was forty-six years old. The date and place of his death are unknown.
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