Those who follow my blog will know that I visited Dresden Germany in May this year.
It is a fascinating city that was virtually flattened by the Allies in WWII. Now a major centre of art and culture in modern Germany, Dresden has a synagogue built on the site of its predecessor, burnt down on Kristallnacht in November 1938.
A kehilalink is a set of webpages about a Jewish community, which contains information, photos, stories or memoirs, written by volunteers. Dresden is the latest of my ten kehilalinks I have written.
For the full list, visit:
The kehilalink network is part of JewishGen.org, the largest Jewish Genealogical organisation, based in New York.