Excursions through East and West Prussia. These places changed their rulers several times in history, which also had an impact on the migration of Jews overseas and within Prussia.
We invite you to take the opportunity to visit the exhibition of 2017! Learn more about the little known aspects of life in Königsberg at
Increased cooperation with local initiatives will lead to more and more research results from Polish being made available in English and German to descendants living all over the world.
In times of persecution and humiliation by the German nation he survived with the help of sincere individuals and the Bosch company and escaped extermination as almost the only one in his family. Out of gratitude for their own happiness and the help of private and business friends in difficult life situations, the widow Hildegard Losten initiated the foundation.
The Mikveh is still waiting to be furnished in the basement of the synagogue. For the religious life of the congregation, the possibility of visiting a Mikveh is a basic need. Many Jewish women are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to fully practice their religious lives
Original sounds (in German) of the descendants of the Jews from Königsberg and community members can be heard at the opening. And it is about the developments and plans around this outstanding building in the first year of its existence.
(Translated from German, FB post of East Prussian State Museum SEP 20 2019) Last November, after a few years, the Königsberg Synagogue was reopened after
A moving moment for all visitors to the Mendelsohn House was the final message when Michael Wieck read his “Credo”, the message of the Holocaust
Invitation to a meeting with Michael Wieck in Warsaw on April 16 2019. He was born in 1928 in Königsberg, he is a violonist with
On 24 March 2019 the Jewish Community in Klaipeda (Lithuania, in German: Memel) is holding a conference to mark the 80th anniversary of the German