Read here about various news related to the commemoration of the largest massacre on the territory of the German Reich, today on the territory of the Kaliningrad region.
“Farewell to Warmia and Masuria”
Following the great success of the special exhibition “Farewell to Königsberg”, a second part of this project is to be created in early summer 2024 and will travel through places in Warmia and Masuria.
Nechama Drober has passed away. She was an important voice because she witnessed the fate of the Jews of Königsberg,
Three Short film clips from the Jewish Museum in Kaliningrad are presented here, they can be found on YouTube and Instagram.
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.
80 years ago, the first deportation train, which brought Jews from Königsberg, Tilsit and Allenstein to their death in Minsk, headed for its terrible destination. On the evening of June 24 1942 men, women and children had boarded the wagons.
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
English with Hebrew subtitles Short clip about the coming museum in the Synagogue of Kaliningrad, the former Königsberg. Link to our Museum web page
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 ……..
We are sad to have just heard about Hanoch (Heiny) Ellert’s passing.
He has reported about the fate of Jews from Heydekrug and Žemaičių Naumiestis in a video.