Dr. med. Hans Ullmann
- Bamberg, 05.09.1893
- New York, 24.11.1964
- Member since 1926
- Escaped to the USA in 1939
- Specialist in internal medicine in private practice
Hans Ullmann was born in Bamberg on 5 September 1893 as the son of Carl Ullmann and his wife Mathilde, née Bechmann.
Education and Places of Work
Hans Ullmann actively participated in the First World War from 1914, working in military hospitals in Zweibrücken and Würzburg. After the war he continued his medical studies and received his licence to practise medicine in 1920. He worked as an intern at the II Medical University Clinic of the Charité under Friedrich Kraus from 1921 to 1927, where he undertook his training in internal medicine. He then settled in Berlin as a specialist in internal diseases.
Escape to England in 1939 and the USA in 1940
Hans Ullmann fled from Berlin to England in 1939 and lived in St. Pancras, London. He was released from internment as an enemy alien after the outbreak of the Second World War. He and his wife sailed from Liverpool to the USA aboard the S.S. Samaria on 23 September 1940 and arrived in New York on 3 October 1940. One of Hans Ullmann’s brothers and his mother also fled from Germany to the USA.
Ullmann’s professional activity in New York has not yet been documented.
Hans Ullmann died in Manhattan, New York, on 24 November 1964 at the age of 71.
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