Emily Bayer

she gave free hospitality to a Jewish family during the war

German command of Milan

German command of Milan

During the Second World War, at the end of the summer of 1944, Mrs. Emily Bayer, a German citizen and recruited to work for the German command of Milan, offered Mrs. Clara Schwarz, to her mother and sisters - all of Jewish origin - free hospitality in an apartment owned by her, where the family lived until the spring of 1946.

Candidacy proposed by Clara Schwarz

Gardens that honour Emily Bayer

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