Johann Franz Diehm

b. 29 June 1913, d. 14 August 1975

Johann Franz Diehm

Father*Georg Jakob Diehm b. 8 Aug 1888, d. 20 Apr 1969
Mother*Charlotte Hebel b. 15 Jul 1888, d. 23 Mar 1963
Johann Franz Diehm|b. 29 Jun 1913\nd. 14 Aug 1975|p6247.htm|Georg Jakob Diehm|b. 8 Aug 1888\nd. 20 Apr 1969|p6245.htm|Charlotte Hebel|b. 15 Jul 1888\nd. 23 Mar 1963|p6246.htm|Georg Diehm|b. 30 Sep 1854\nd. 26 Sep 1920|p6240.htm|Anna M. Werker|b. 29 Jan 1858\nd. 1890|p6241.htm|||||||

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Birth*Johann Franz Diehm was born on 29 June 1913 at Simmern Hunsrück, Germany. 
Marriage*He married Anna Wilhelmine Ullrich on 29 June 1934 at Kirn Nahe, Germany. 
Marriage*Johann Franz Diehm married Hildegard Fuhr in 1948 at Kirn Nahe, Germany. 
Death*Johann Franz Diehm died on 14 August 1975 at Idar Oberstein, Germany, at age 62. 
Burial*He was buried on 17 August 1975 at Kirn / Nahe, Germany. 
Note*He He was employed as Bahnbeamter in Kirn / Nahe Religion: ev godparents: Johann Peter Hebel (grandfather), born Anna Margaret lever Menk (grandmother) John Diehm learned how his father during the occupation of the carpenter Peter Leonard from Neuerkirch. After that, he was unemployed and found after prolonged unemployment for employment with the railroad. (Probably with the help of his father Karl Ullrich.) In 1940, he was train conductor civil servants as and Lissa / Posen transferred to. Because of his war injuries, he retired already with 49 years from 1962 the active life out. In mid 1944, he was still drafted zm military service and sent to the Eastern Front. He was severely wounded. He got shot in the head, a belly shot and what was obvious for us kids on was his violation of the right arm. A shot shattered his right elbow. so that his arm was no longer usable. The poor bammelte regerecht held only by skin and veins on the upper arm. The nerves were numb, so that it no verspührte Scmerz. I remember that his father once fitted out with the right hand near the stove was to come, and we smell of charred flesh attention were by the first. Father suffered much from his injuries and from the fact that he was one hand craftsmanship can be could no longer use. For everything he needed help and was thus with time forbids. What is more, that this generation never could reappraise their war trauma. A few months before his death in May 1975 he visited me yet in Broichweiden where I lived. When I asked him if he knew then, who lived before us in the house in Poland, he admitted that he has never thought about it. The question made him very upset and he confessed that he was still on this side view has never been that. I was just in the apartment with garden, Hauptstrasse 227, recovered and was in the garden a wooden arm chair that the glue gone was made entirely . When I wanted to throw it away, I told my father how I could remove without professional tools the chair again. With a little glue and clamped to force out several eifach wire, with a wood, the chair was put back in shape. Sanding and new paint and the chair was like new. I still own it and the quality he will survive for generations yet. I'm very proud of this work and I felt at that time my father very close. In the past they showed no emotions. in 2010. 

Family 1

Anna Wilhelmine Ullrich b. 30 April 1911, d. 30 October 1947

Family 2

Hildegard Fuhr b. 6 September 1919, d. November 1982

Last Edited2 Dec 2010