Leopold Ehrmann

March 6, 1886 in Strakonice, Czechia
April 11, 1951 in Chicago, USA

It is said that he studied in Plzeň, Czechia and Vienna, Austria. It is never mentioned a name of a university. He worked for Prague Jewish Community. He rebuilt the synagoges in Prague-Smíchov and Karlín, added a building on the New Jewish Cementary in Prague and became famous for designing there the tombstone of Franz Kafka's grave.

In 1940 he fled to the USA and lived in Chicago.



Prague (Praha), Czechia
Lodecká 3