Wanted: Family of Gustav Lossau (born 1904 in Königsberg).The locksmith Gustav Lossau had a Jewish wife Edith Eva Spicker.Together with their five children, the family
About this unmarked cemetery we can tell many stories, but at the end of 2020 a new story was added. The area of the Königsberg
The project “Jewish families from Königsberg, today Kaliningrad2, which we started in the genealogist network Geni.com, has now recorded over 1.100 profiles! 31 people are
We are pleased to announce that thanks to the cooperation of Ralph Salinger in Israel (JewishVilkaviskis.org) and Michael Leiserowitz from the Association of Jews in East Prussia, another source has been added to the database “Jews in Königsberg”. It will one day become the basis for an information centre on Jews in Königsberg.
Meanwhile there are more fascinating sites to find the fate of individual persons. You can also search by address – Who all lived at a
Vištytis (Polish: Wisztyniec, German: Wystiten, Yiddish: ווישטינעץ Vishtinets) was a dynamic shtetel (town) on the border with East Prussia, with a Polish, Prussian, French, Russian,
He was born in 1848 in Vilkaviškis as Hosias Rischmann and had received his education as a young man in a yeshiva in Vilnius and at Salanter in Kaunas. Since 1895 he was in charge of the congregation in Seckenburg.
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.
12 January 2020: The so-called Old Jewish Cemetery in Königsberg continues to send signals to us. With every visit we find new gravestones, this time a couple known to us was present – because they had bought entrance tickets for the opening of the synagogue in 1896.
Search for a Jewish dentist in Königsberg 1943
“Admitted to treatment of Jewish dental patients”