Kassel Germany – hometown of Dorrith Oppenheim Sim
12 July 23
With Gabriele Hafermass of the Stadmuseum Hofgeismar
The train from Hofgeismar which converts into a tram in Kassel
Hofgeismar to Kassel
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Kassel is a city in central Germany. It’s known for its Documenta art exhibition. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe is a sprawling park dating back to the 18th century. It’s home to Wilhelmshöhe Palace and its Old Masters Picture Gallery. The neo-Gothic Löwenburg castle displays 16th- and 17th-century weapons.…
The Kassel Jewish Cemetery
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27 cemeteries in Kassel, Hessen. Abterode Jewish Cemetery · Ahnaberg…
On the way to the Jewish Centre
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Den Israel Day veranstaltet das Sara Nussbaum Zentrum für Jüdisches Leben in Kooperation mit der Deutsch-Israelischen Gesellschaft AG Kassel und der Jüdischen…
Back to the city centre
Die Stolpersteine erinnern auch in Kassel an Menschen, die in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus verfolgt und ermordet wurden. hier finden Sie einen Stadtplan mit den Stolpersteinen mit jeweils individuellen biographischen Informationen.
The Church and the Synagogue
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The Kassel Synagogue is the description given to a succession of prayer houses of the Jewish community in Kassel, Hesse.
The Memorials at the Railway Station
Gedächtnis der Gleise / Kulturbahnhof, Kassel ⋆ The Passenger
It is a memorial many people get close to every day without recognizing it: the Gedächtnis der Gleise (memory of the railway tracks) at the main railway station of Kassel.
I’m happy to tell you that we are heading towards our Living Memorial project and would like to invite you to join us. I know some of you would have gladly come and here is an opportunity for you to be with us in the Bielski camp again.
Please, see the attachment. You’ll find a short description of the project in the Call and instructions how to participate in the Annex.
My partners and I will be grateful for everything you can share with us. We, in our turn, promise to update you in the course of the project and provide the effect of presence, if the Internet works in the forest:) Otherwise, there will be a 26 min. movie available which will give you an idea about what we do in the forest.
They took my father away to Buchenwald. My mother, sister, and I didn’t know if we would ever see him again. Our front door was smashed, our books torn apart, our dishes shattered. And with my father gone, we were left to pick up the pieces.
This week marks the 78th anniversary of that terrible night—and though decades have gone by, my memories of it have not faded.