In 1955, 1959 and 1962, Moses requested restitution for his stolen property and bank accounts from the German government. He had to document all his lost assets. No restitution was received. Even though they had to abandon their wealth in Germany, and could not reunite with their United States family, the Ginsberg family were lucky. They escaped Nazi Germany together before the worst years of the war.

Ginsberg Tour- Request by Moses Ginsberg for restitution of lost assets

This document describes the buildings that were taken from Moses Ginsberg. 

 

Translation: 

1. Description of buildings and terrains

Owner: Moses Ginsberg, merchant, Tel Aviv, 174 Ben Jehuda Rd.

Procuration holder: L. Meisel, Representative, Berlin, Hohenzollerndamm 35 a, Telefon: B 71517.

Architect: Hartwig und Hartwig Dipl. Ing., Berlin, Charlottenburg, Wilmersdorferstrasse 8, tel. 9774941

2. Terrain: Land register of Tempelhof of the court of Tempelhof-Kreusberg

Book 77, Page 3917

3. Dimensions of the terrain: 530 sq meter

Building plans: 1. New to build: 1 house, 15 homes

Ginsberg Tour- Request by Moses Ginsberg for restitution of lost assets
Ginsberg Tour- Request by Moses Ginsberg for restitution of lost assets

This document is a restitution claim for 3000 reichsmarks, the declared value of property illegally seized in the Tempelhof area of Berlin (where Moses’s store was located).