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Hameln Synagogue collection

Document | Accession Number: 2004.13

Consists of information regarding the history and reconstruction plans of the synagogue in Hameln, Germany, which had been destroyed on Kristallnacht. Includes copies of original drawings of the synagogue before it was destroyed, a bound book entitled "Sie waren Burger der Stadt: Die Geschichte der judischen Einwohner Hamelns im Dritten Reich", by Bernhard Gelderblom (164 pages, published 1997), a brochure about the synagogue, copies of newspaper articles, and a blank piece of stationery with a drawing of the synagogue on the front. Also included is one photoprint consisting of copies of two black-and-white photographs of the original synagogue and one black-and-white photograph of a memorial block commemorating members of the synagogue who perished during World War I.

1 oversize folder
Credit Line
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum collection, gift of Benton Arnovitz and Rachel Dohme
Record last modified: 2021-11-23 15:58:22
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