Museum Synagoge Rosenberg

Synagogue Rosenberg News

The website Jewish Heritage Europe reports on the local initiative in Susz (Poland) to establish a museum of local history in the building of the

Travels to the Sources 2020

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.

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Initiatives in Poland

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.

Christburg – today Dzierzgoń

We publish a new article about the Jewish cemetery of Dzierzgoń (in German: Christburg), Poland
(Note: The city belonged to East Prussia from 1922-1945, before that, since the Polish partition of 1772, it belonged to West Prussia).

Drawing German inscription of drawing Tombstone

Operation in Nikolaiken – Mikołajki

The Jewish cemetery in Mikołajki (the East Prussian Nikolaiken) from the year 1881 is one of the few preserved Jewish burial places in Masuria. Several dozen gravestones with Hebrew and German inscriptions can still be seen today. In October 2019, students from the Masurian city of Mrągowo (Sensburg) had a practical learning unit here, combined with a help mission.

City Wall of Preussisch Holland

Jews of Preussisch Holland

Now we have two pages about Preussisch Holland in East Prussia (Pasłek in Poland). 1) List of 115 names of Jews from the cemetery register,

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