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  • The Jewish Museum Berlin Celebrates its Second Birthday with an Exhibition on its Architect from ISJM News Update, September 9, 2003
  • Holocaust Memorials Erected at Plauen, Germany and Zhitomir, Ukraine, from ISJM News Update, Week of June 12-19, 2000
  • Jewish Museum in Berlin Opening Delayed Until 2001, from ISJM News Update, Week of June 4-11, 2000
  • Dresden to Build Synagogue on Site of Kristallnacht Destruction, from JHR II:1-2
  • Emmendingen Synagogue May Be Returned, Restored for Jewish Use, from JHR II:1-2
  • German Cemetery Desecrated, from JHR II:1-2
  • Kristallnacht Commemorations Focus on Polish Synagogue Restorations, from News Update, Nov. 10, 1998.
  • Jewish Past Commemorated in Leipzig, Germany, from JHR I:3-4
  • Mappot Exhibition Travels to German Venues, from JHR I:3-4
  • Medieval Synagogues Discovered in Europe, from JHR I:1

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    Information Housed Elsewhere

    Berlin Jewish Museum  The Libeskind building, originally erected as a wing to the Berlin Museum, will now house an independent entity - the Jewish Museum Berlin.  The new foundation will depict not just the history of Berlin's Jews, but will address Jewish history throughout Germany, becoming a de facto national Jewish museum.

    Synagogues in Germany: A Virtual Reconstruction  Images from an exhibition with links to additional information.

    Berlin  and Synagogues Berlin Two good web sites for the Jewish traveler with information on synagogues, other Jewish sites and museums in the city.

    In A New Spirit: Synagogues Of Germany  A summary of a 1997 Mizel Museum of Judaica exhibit on destroyed synagouges and new synagogues designed by Albert Jacoby.

    Cyndi's List of Geneaological Links for Germany, comprehensive listing of useful sites for geneaologists.

    Stammbaum,  a Journal of German-Jewish Genealogical Research, Established in 1993, Stammbaum is a publication to further German-Jewish genealogy. It is an English-language publication that supports research and publication of reliable family histories.


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