Jean Origer, (25 May 1877 - 17 September 1942) was a Luxembourgish cleric and director of the newspaper Luxemburger Wort. Jean Origer was born in Esch-Alzette and later became a member of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg. During World War II, Jean Origer was interned in the concentration camp Mauthausen where he died. A street in his hometown of Esch-Alzette is named after him.

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  • Jean Origer, (25 May 1877 - 17 September 1942) was a Luxembourgish cleric and director of the newspaper Luxemburger Wort. Jean Origer was born in Esch-Alzette and later became a member of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg. During World War II, Jean Origer was interned in the concentration camp Mauthausen where he died. A street in his hometown of Esch-Alzette is named after him. (en)
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  • Jean Origer, (25 May 1877 - 17 September 1942) was a Luxembourgish cleric and director of the newspaper Luxemburger Wort. Jean Origer was born in Esch-Alzette and later became a member of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg. During World War II, Jean Origer was interned in the concentration camp Mauthausen where he died. A street in his hometown of Esch-Alzette is named after him. (en)
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