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Mannheim synagogue program

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    This program for the music sung during the High Holy Days in 1938 at the Hauptsynagogue in Mannheim, Germany. It was written by Samuel Adler's father, Hugo Adler, the last chief cantor of the synagogue, and brought to this country by the second cantor of the synagogue, Erwin Hirsch. At the end of this memo, Hugo Adler writes: "Last High Holy Days in Germany; to be continued in the world to come. (Baolam Haba) All of the Mannheim synagogues were destroyed on Nov. 10, 1938, and by 1940 there were no Jews left in Mannheim. There were also no more services after the Yamim Horaim of 1938.
    creation:  1938
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Samuel Adler

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    1 folder

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    Geographic Name
    Mannheim (Germany)

    Administrative Notes

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received this program from Brett Werb on May 21, 2001. Samuel Adler left this program with Brett Werb, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum musicologist, on May 20, 2001, during the intermission of a performance.
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