Arts and Culture
Between Threat and Hope. Migration to the New World. Mary Antin’s Account
Education and Learning
From Hamburg out into the World—Jewish Emigration and the Aid Organization of German Jews
In Search of Belonging. Jacob Sonderling’s “This is my Life”
- Jacob Sonderling, This is my Life (Memoirs), Los Angeles, 1961-1964 [Excerpt], p. 3-5.
- Martha Glass: Theresienstadt Diaries 1943-1945
- Report by the Zionist Chapter Hamburg-Altona, in “Jüdische Rundschau” XI (1906), Vol. 14–15 (April 6, 1906), p. 214f.
Social Democrat, Cooperative Member, and Jew. Joseph Berkowitz Kohn’s Activism in Late 19th Century Hamburg
The Local Chapter Hamburg-Altona as Part of the Zionist Movement in Germany
The Reopening of the Joseph Carlebach School
- “On the Road With Ballin.” Hamburg 1904
“On the Road with Ballin—Experiences Made by a Russian Emigrant”
“The Enemy is in the Country: The Jew.” Poster Stamps Printed by the Deutschvölkischen Schutz- und Trutz-Bundes [German Nationalist Protection and Defiance Federation]