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An Intellectual Resistance

Former LBI intern Hannah Loewenberg-Harnest reflects on the journal Aufbau as a means of intellectual resistance to the totalitarianism of the Nazis.

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A Digital Home for an Émigré Journal

Founded in 1934 as the newsletter of a club of Jewish émigrés, Aufbau evolved into the lifeline of a community of German-speaking refugees during WWII. It not only offered the sort of practical information so important to the displaced, from apartment and job advertisements to lists of survivors, but an …

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Documenting Jewish Life in East Germany

What do we know about Jewish life in the GDR? LBI seeks to address this question by collecting archival material and stimulating academic discussion about Jews in East Germany.

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A New Presence in Berlin

The Leo Baeck Institute is now represented by an administrative office at Glinkastraße in Berlin. The office is run by and historian Dr. Miriam Bistrovic.

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From Gleiwitz to Shanghai, Digitized Periodicals offer Snapshots of Jewish Life

The LBI Library announes that about 60 new periodicals are now digitized and accessible online.

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Walter Nathan—Leaving a Legacy at Leo Baeck Institute

Walter Nathan talks about his motivation for including the Leo Baeck Institute in his estate.

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Listening to Records—The Jacob Jacobson Collection in Research

A glimpse of how an aspiring researcher makes use of the LBI archives.

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Preserving Yesterday’s News with the CJH and Frankfurt University Library

“Nothing is as old as yesterday’s newspaper,” goes the old bromide. Many of the newspapers preserved in the collections of the LBI are in fact more than a century old, and few other media in the library world show the ravages of time like newspapers, which were practically designed to …

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Hilfe für geflüchtete Akademiker: Ein Gespräch mit Henry Kaufman

Die Archive im Leo-Baeck-Institut sind voll von Dokumenten von Akademikerinnen und Akademikern, die – dank Hilfe aus dem Ausland – vor den Nazis fliehen konnten. Die politische Philosophin Hannah Arendt, der Soziologe Werner Cahnman und die Schriftsteller Franz Werfel, Hans Sahl und Lion Feuchtwanger sind beispielsweise nur einige von Hunderten, …

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Snapshots of a Life—The Emil Carl Grossmann Collection

Sarah Glover, Center for Jewish History Archivist explores the Emil Carl Grossmann Collection.