Monthly Archives: December 2010

Concert: The Lee Trio

The Lee Trio performs January 11 at LBI

Tuesday January 11, 2011, 7:00 PM, Forchheimer Auditorium, Center for Jewish History. The Lee Trio has been called one of the freshest and most dynamic musical ensembles playing today.

“We have to find ways to make history personal.” An Interview with the Curators of “Final Sale”

A Berlin dairy in 1930.

LBI spoke to Christoph Kreutzmüller, one of the historians behind the new exhibition, “Final Sale. The End of Jewish Owned Businesses in Berlin” about why such a project was so long in coming, why Berlin was considered a safe haven by many Jewish entrepreneurs, and why it is important to make history personal.

Exhibition: Final Sale, The End of Jewish Owned Businesses in Nazi Berlin

Final Sale: The End of Jewish Owned Business in Berlin

The exhibition “Final Sale. The End of Jewish Owned Businesses in Nazi Berlin” documents the process by which Jews in Germany were expropriated through the examples of 16 Berlin businesses, but that is only half the story. It also demonstrates the flourishing of Jewish entrepreneurship in Berlin before 1933, when the city was a center of Jewish life.