Ostpreußische Erbschaft – a new article in the German newspaper Jüdische Allgemeine about the present museum project in Kaliningrad.
An important event NOV 8 on Palmnicken, in which renowned scientists and representatives of the relevant institutions and people engaged in current research participate and exchange their knowledge ……..
Prof. Ruth Leiserowitz will talk Nov 7th in Olsztyn (Poland) about the history and the revival of Jewish life in Kaliningrad in her lecture entitled “Synagogue in Kaliningrad – a history written anew”.
Michael Wieck had already published his memoirs of his time in Königsberg under Nazi rule and Soviet occupation in the 1980s, before the topic of
Silute/Heidekrug 16 Oct. 2020: At a seminar in Silute, Ruth Leiserowitz presents pictures from the photo album of Rita Lax. The audience could contribute many
Remembering the Jewish Soldiers of all Armies in WW1. Events at 06th October 2019 in Kaliningrad (Russia, former Koenigsberg, East Prussia, Germany)
A training for city guides for two tours in the footsteps of the Jews of Königsberg was carried out in cooperation with the Association of
It’s happened! Today the kosher dining room in Kaliningrad synagogue started its work (at the site of the former Koenigsberger Syn.). It opened its doors
Paul Hecht was cantor in Rastenburg, later in Berlin. He survived the Theresienstadt camp, worked in Berlin after the war (photo) and emigrated to America.
Michael Wieck passed away at Feb 27 2021 – may his memory be blessed. A moving moment for all visitors to the Mendelsohn House was