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Ingeborg Brüll was born in Innsbruck on 02/22/1926. Her father is from a Jewish family, the mother is Catholic. Secretly
marry the parents according to Catholic ritual and Ingeborg is brought up Catholic. Her father shows in transactions not sure
hand and goes with his fur business in bankruptcy. Finally, he works with his brother Rudolf howler, a furniture manufacturer,
that decorating masterpiece in the workshop. Ingeborg grows along with her older cousin for a year Use.
She visits the Pädagogium the Ursuline School in Innsbruck. In 1938, after the Nazis took power, it comes in Innsbruck to a bloody pogrom. The house Anichstraße 7, in which the two families live howler, the uncle and aunt Ingeborg be seriously injured.
Ingeborg's father is repeatedly interrogated by the Gestapo. He served in World War II at the Tiroler Kaiser mounted shooters. By war injuries his health was very affected. He died in 1941 in Vienna.
1939 Ingeborg is sent together with her cousin Ilse on teaching the Quakers to security in the Netherlands in an orphanage. The two girls are living with about 200 children in a Catholic convent in Westerbork. Her cousin refuses to convert to Catholicism. 1942 Ilse howler is deported and murdered in Auschwitz. The circumstances of their deportation are not known. Ingeborg howler cherishes to this day the temporary hope that Ilse howler survived.
Ingeborg remains until the end of 1945 in the Netherlands. After the end of the war, she manages to leave Antwerp, Belgium, where her mother lives. She earns her living as a nanny.
It is diagnosed as suffering from diabetes. She returns with her mother back to Innsbruck.
Here she met her uncle, Rudolf howler again. He survived the Theresienstadt concentration camp and tries to get his furniture factory to return. He died in 1957 in Innsbruck.
Ingeborg works as a nurse in the hotel industry and for many years for the Tyrolean provincial government.
After her retirement, she discovered that, in the same building - has worked, where her father was interrogated in 1938 - the Construction Authority.
The close interweaving of Christianity and Judaism in their family Ingeborg can become a mediator between religions. She is the initiator of the Association for Christian-Jewish Cooperation in Innsbruck.