Wanted: Family of Gustav Lossau (born 1904 in Königsberg).
The locksmith Gustav Lossau had a Jewish wife Edith Eva Spicker.
Together with their five children, the family lived at Plantage 22 in Königsberg when the war broke out. Mrs. Spicker was deported to Auschwitz in 1943 and murdered. All five children were deported to Theresienstadt in the spring and were lucky to survive. After the end of the war, they were brought to Great Britain by the British Red Cross. Today, their descendants are searching for traces of their families. Both Lossau and Spicker were large widespread family groups in Königsberg. While almost all members of the Spickers were murdered, perhaps there are still descendants of the Lossaus to be found? Many thanks in advance.

Plantage street in Königsberg
Plantage street in Königsberg, image of 1910