Around the Alster, Around the World – the Wolf Brothers in Exile in Shanghai
- Helen Rosenau, Changing Attitudes towards Women, in: Free German League of Culture in Great Britain (ed.), Women under the Swastika, London 1942, pp. 26-27.
Kindertransport and Jewish International Aid Networks
Love for One’s Homeland and Longing for Recognition. Ludwig Berger’s Commemorative Speech on Johannes Brahms
Memory and Remembrance
Return in Uniform. Walter Albert Eberstadt and the Beginning of Radio Hamburg
Soup Kitchen Collection. The Jewish Winter Relief in Hamburg
- Speech by Gustav Tuch, President of the Henry Jones Lodge, in: The Meeting Hall in Hamburg. Publication Commemorating Its Inauguration. Sunday, August 28, 1904, pp. 25-30 [Excerpt]
The Act of Separation and the End of the Triple Congregation
The Disenfranchisement of Jewish Physicians in Hamburg during National Socialism
(Anna von Villiez)
The physician Rahel Liebeschütz-Plaut: The involuntary end of a scientific career
The “Rulands-Eck.” Antisemitism in Cabaret
Transnational Networks and Questions of Belonging. An Exchange of Letters Between Jacob Schiff and Max Warburg During World War I.
“It Cost Me 20 Years to Defeat Hitler.” Hamburg Shipping Company Owner Arnold Bernstein in the USA
“Swept back into the unseen vastness of the sea” - Fritz Buff’s account of his voyage aboard the ST. LOUIS, May and June 1939