KRISTALLNACHT: THE NOVEMBER 1938 POGROMS

KRISTALLNACHT, THE NOVEMBER 1938 POGROMS

Residents in Graz, Austria, watch as the Jewish cemetery’s ceremonial hall burns. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Dokumentationsarchiv des Oesterreichischen Widerstandes

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  • Rabbi Jacob Wiener
  •  Bob Behr
  • Fritz Gluckstein
  •  Inge Katzenstein and Jill Pauly
  • Johanna Neumann
  •  Hedi Pope<br /><br /><br /><br />
  • Susan Taube
  •  Susan Warsinger
  • Rabbi Jacob Wiener

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HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHS

  • The word The word “Jews” is scrawled on the exterior wall of the destroyed synagogue in Buehl. The synagogue was burned during Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadt Bühl Stadtgeschichtliches Institut
  • Members of the SA and the Kraftfahr-Korps [motor corps] march Jewish men through the streets after their arrest during Kristallnacht. Erlangen, Germany. November 10, 1938. Members of the SA and the Kraftfahr-Korps [motor corps] march Jewish men through the streets after their arrest during Kristallnacht. Erlangen, Germany. November 10, 1938. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv und Stadtmuseum Erlangen
  • On the morning after Kristallnacht, local residents watch as the synagogue is destroyed by fire. The local fire department prevented the fire from spreading to a nearby home but did not try to limit the damage to the synagogue. Ober Ramstadt, Germany. November 10, 1938.On the morning after Kristallnacht, local residents watch as the synagogue is destroyed by fire. The local fire department prevented the fire from spreading to a nearby home but did not try to limit the damage to the synagogue. Ober Ramstadt, Germany. November 10, 1938. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Trudy Isenberg
  • On the morning after Kristallnacht, local residents watch as the synagogue is destroyed by fire. The local fire department prevented the fire from spreading to a nearby home but did not try to limit the damage to the synagogue. Ober Ramstadt, Germany. November 10, 1938. On the morning after Kristallnacht, local residents watch as the synagogue is destroyed by fire. The local fire department prevented the fire from spreading to a nearby home but did not try to limit the damage to the synagogue. Ober Ramstadt, Germany. November 10, 1938. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Trudy Isenberg
  • On the morning after Kristallnacht, local residents watch as the synagogue is destroyed by fire. The local fire department prevented the fire from spreading to a nearby home but did not try to limit the damage to the synagogue. Ober Ramstadt, Germany. November 10, 1938. On the morning after Kristallnacht, local residents watch as the synagogue is destroyed by fire. The local fire department prevented the fire from spreading to a nearby home but did not try to limit the damage to the synagogue. Ober Ramstadt, Germany. November 10, 1938. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Trudy Isenberg
  • Jewish men arrested during Kristallnacht are forced to march through the town streets under SS guard and to watch the desecration of a synagogue before their deportation.Jewish men arrested during Kristallnacht are forced to march through the town streets under SS guard and to watch the desecration of a synagogue before their deportation. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Lydia Chagoll
  • Hundreds of Germans congregated in front of the synagogue watch as Jews are escorted into the synagogue under SS guard. Hundreds of Germans congregated in front of the synagogue watch as Jews are escorted into the synagogue under SS guard.—US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Lydia Chagoll
  • Members of the Jewish community of Baden-Baden are compelled to sit in the synagogue and listen while selections from Hitler's Mein Kampf are read aloud from the bimah (lecturn). Members of the Jewish community of Baden-Baden are compelled to sit in the synagogue and listen while selections from Hitler’s Mein Kampf are read aloud from the bimah (lecturn). —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart
  • German civilians watch as the furnishings of the Mosbach synagogue are burned in the town square. German civilians watch as the furnishings of the Mosbach synagogue are burned in the town square. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart
  • View of the old synagogue in Aachen after its destruction on Kristallnacht. View of the old synagogue in Aachen after its destruction on Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv Aachen
  • View of the burning Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. View of the burning Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv Euskirchen
  • View of the burning Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. View of the burning Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv Euskirchen
  • Flames burst forth from the windows of the cupola of the Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht.<br /><br /><br /><br />
Flames burst forth from the windows of the cupola of the Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv Euskirchen
  • View of the smoldering remains of the roof and cupola of the Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. View of th
  • e smoldering remains of the roof and cupola of the Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv Euskirchen
  • Local residents gather outside the smoldering ruins of the Annaturmstraße  synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht.  Local residents gather outside the smoldering ruins of the Annaturmstraße synagogue in Euskirchen on the morning after Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtarchiv Euskirchen
  • A man surveys the damage to the Lichtenstein leather goods store after the Kristallnacht pogrom. A man surveys the damage to the Lichtenstein leather goods store after the Kristallnacht pogrom. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD
  • Germans pass by the broken shop window of a Jewish-owned business that was destroyed during Kristallnacht. Germans pass by the broken shop window of a Jewish-owned business that was destroyed during Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD
  • Austrian police stand guard in front of a Jewish-owned business that has been destroyed. Austrian police stand guard in front of a Jewish-owned business that has been destroyed. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD
  • View of the destroyed interior of the synagogue in Opava after Kristallnacht.View of the destroyed interior of the synagogue in Opava after Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Leo Goldberger
  • Standing amid the rubble and ashes, workers examine the blueprints of the Kaiser-Wilhelmstrasse synagogue, which was destroyed on Kristallnacht. Standing amid the rubble and ashes, workers examine the blueprints of the Kaiser-Wilhelmstrasse synagogue, which was destroyed on Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtverwaltung, Stadt Ludwigshafen am Rhein
  • View of the burned-out sanctuary of the Kaiser-Wilhelmstrasse synagogue that was destroyed on Kristallnacht. View of the burned-out sanctuary of the Kaiser-Wilhelmstrasse synagogue that was destroyed on Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadtverwaltung, Stadt Ludwigshafen am Rhein
  • Residents view the burning of the Solitudestrasse synagogue in Ludwigsburg that was set on fire during the Kristallnacht. pogrom.<i>;Residents view the burning of the Solitudestrasse synagogue in Ludwigsburg that was set on fire during the Kristallnacht. pogrom.<i>; —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart
  • The word The word “Jews” is scrawled on the exterior wall of the destroyed synagogue in Buehl. The synagogue was burned during Kristallnacht. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Stadt Bühl Stadtgeschichtliches Institut

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