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Fritz Grünbaum (7 April 1880 in Brno, Moravia as Franz Friedrich Grünbaum – 14 January 1941 at the Dachau concentration camp, Germany) was an Austrian Jewish cabaret artist, operetta and pop song writer, director, actor and master of ceremonies. During his childhood and adolescence Grünbaum lived with his family in Brünn which were dealing in art. At an age of 18 years, he attended law school in Vienna which he concluded, in fact, as a doctor, but more and more he began to show interest for literature.
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Fritz Grünbaum contracted three marriages in total
Fritz Grünbaum contracted three marriages in total. After his first marriage with Karolina Nagelmüller (1908–1914), he married a colleague Mizzi Dressl and in 1919 he married Lilli Herzl with whom he stayed until her deportation to Minsk in 1942 (where she is missing). From 1926, Grünbaum was working at Vienna Bürgertheater. On 10 March 1938, the day German troops marched into the alpine republic, together with Karl Farkas he was acting for the last time in Simplicissimus. After that, they were put under stage ban.
Fritz Grünbaum contracted three marriages in total. After his first marriage with Karolina Nagelmüller (1908-1914), he married a colleague Mizzi Dressl and in 1919 he married Lilli Herzl with whom he stayed until her deportation to Minsk in 1942 (where she is missing). Grünbaum - is a German surname meaning green tree and may refer to: Adolf Grünbaum (born 1923), German born philosopher of science Branko Grünbaum, Croatian born mathematician Fritz Grünbaum, Austrian cabaret artist, operetta and pop song writere. On March 10, 1938, the day German troops marched into the alpine republic, together with Karl Farkas he was acting for the last time in Simplicissimus. During his lifetime, Fritz Grünbaum was a well-known art collector, especially of Austrian modernist art, whose artworks were featured in famous catalogues and exhibitions.
Fritz Grünbaum (1880-1941).
Fritz Grünbaum was married three times . His first wife was Carli Nagelmüller (1908-1914), the second Mizzi Dressl, a colleague by profession, and the third, with whom he married in 1919, was Lilli Herzl, with whom he remained united until the moment she was Deported to Minsk. Grave of Grünbaum in Vienna. Fritz Grünbaum, Hallo, hier Grünbaum!, Löcker Verlag, Vienna, Munich, 2001 – ISBN 3-85409-330-6.
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