Amalia Freud

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Amalia Freud in 1903

Amalia Nathansohn Freud (18 August 1835 – 12 September 1930) was the second (or possibly third) wife of Jacob Freud and mother of Sigmund Freud. She was born Amalia Nathansohn in Brody, Galicia, now in Ukraine, and grew up in Odessa.

Amalia was 21 years of age when she gave birth to Sigmund[1] (6 May 1856 – 23 September 1939) (named Sigismund).

Amalia went on to give birth to seven more children (Julius, Anna, Rosa, Marie, Adolfine, Paula and Alexander), born in the following order:

  • Julius (April 1857 – December 1857)
  • Anna (December 31, 1858 - March 11, 1955)
  • Regine Debora (Rosa) (March 21, 1860 – deported to Treblinka September 23, 1942)
  • Marie (Mitzi) (March 22, 1861 – deported to Treblinka September 23, 1942)
  • Esther Adolfine (Dolfi) (July 23, 1862 – Theresienstadt February 5, 1943)
  • Pauline Regine (Pauli) (May 3, 1864 – deported to Treblinka September 23, 1942)
  • Alexander Gotthold Efraim (April 19, 1866 – April 23, 1943)[2]

Amalia Freud died in Vienna at the age of 95 from tuberculosis.

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