Preamble

Following the advent of the National Socialist regime in the year 1938, more than 2,700 mostly Jewish affiliates of the University of Vienna were dismissed and subsequently driven away and/or murdered - lecturers, students and administration employees. Furthermore, over 200 people were stripped of their academic titles.
In 2008, 70 years after the so-called "Anschluss" [annexation] and the pogroms of what came to be cynically called the "Kristallnacht" [Crystal Night], the University of Vienna commemorates this injustice and  ...

Julius Hornik

  • Born: 04-04-1911
  • Faculty: Faculty of Law
  • Category: expelled student

Julius HORNIK, born on April 4th, 1911 in Vienna/Austria (entitled residency ('heimatberechtigt') for Vienna/Austria, Citizenship: Austria), son of Markus Hornik (salesman), lived in Vienna's 6th district, Webgasse 11, was enrolled finally in the fall term 1937/38 at the Law School in the 5th year of his studies.

In 1938, after the takeover of power of National-Socialism he was forced to quit his studies for racist reason and to leave the University of Vienna.

Lit.: Archive of the University of Vienna/enrollment forms ("Nationale") IUR 1937-1938; POSCH/INGRISCH/DRESSEL 2008, 408; information from Mark Kosky, Great Britain 10/2019.


Herbert Posch


Dokumente

Nationale of Julius Hornik, fall term 1937/38 (1st form front),  Photo: H. Posch (c) Universitätsarchiv WienNationale of Julius Hornik, fall te...
Nationale of Julius Hornik, fall term 1937/38 (1st form back),  Photo: H. Posch (c) Universitätsarchiv WienNationale of Julius Hornik, fall te...
Nationale of Julius Hornik, fall term 1937/38 (1st form front),  Photo: H. Posch (c) Universitätsarchiv WienNationale of Julius Hornik, fall te...
Nationale of Julius Hornik, fall term 1937/38 (1st form back),  Photo: H. Posch (c) Universitätsarchiv WienNationale of Julius Hornik, fall te...



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