Rabbi Moses Nadel was buried in Koenigsberg. We can give face and history to his name: Nadel was born ab. 1882 in Viešintos (Lithuania), was ordinated by the Vilna Beit Din and served as a shochet and mohel in Krekenava.
Nechama Drober has passed away. She was an important voice because she witnessed the fate of the Jews of Königsberg,
In the local history museum of Braniewo there we found hangers with the advertising imprints of a fashion store of Jacob Klein, Walter’s father.
The suitcase is on the way
……….. a suitcase packed with things that a child possessed when it set off alone without parents to a foreign country in the Kindertransport in the 1930s.
Insight into a new exhibition – Who knows more people?
The landowner Walther Sandelowsky trained young people in agriculture since 1934 so that they could receive a certificate for immigration to Palestine.
The first temporary exhibition since the opening of the Jewish Museum in the Kaliningrad Synagogue has arrived on site and was handed over.
Since he had a beautiful voice, he liked to help out in the synagogue and sing there for services when he came home for Shabbat.
The town had almost an urban appearance because of the customs revenues and the lively trade with its hotels, inns and stores. The Memel River was the important transport and trade artery for timber and flax imports from the interior of the continent to the Baltic Sea (via the ports of Memel or Königsberg)
These days we are combining historical photos and interviews with media designers to create a collage that will tell visitors about the fates of boys
Israel – descendants of the great Königsberg banking family Marx lend an old family item to the exhibition. Leipzig – the first model of the small “show houses” for stories about Jews of the city of Königsberg is hanging.