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223 Suchergebnisse für Archives


1938Projekt: Lesson Plans

New York K-12 educators developed 11 ready-to-use lessons plans for Middle and High Schools based on LBI's 1938Projekt:

Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

Dr. Frank Mecklenburg

Dr. Frank Mecklenburg ist Forschungs- und Archivleiter am Leo Baeck Institut, einer Forschungsbibliothek und einem Archiv, das die Geschichte und Kultur des deutschsprachigen Judentums dokumentiert. Der Großteil des Materials stammt aus dem 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, einige Bücher und Archivalien reichen jedoch bis ins Mittelalter zurück. Das LBI wurde 1955 …


Ruth Rogers-Altmann

An introduction to the life and work of Ruth Rogers- Altmann, a famous Austrian sportswear designer and artist.


Huberta von Voss-Wittig joins Board of Trustees

Die Journalistin und Think Tank Direktorin, wird dem Vorstand des LBI beitreten, um die Verknüpfungen des jüdischen Archivs nach Deutschland zu stärken.


Poetry in Preservation

The lives of German- and Austrian-Jewish poets are preserved in the letters, notes and photographs of the Leo Baeck Institute's collection.


Arno Nadel

Mainly a composer of synagogue music, Arno Nadel's rich artistic life as a conductor, poet, painter, and playwright in early 20th century Germany was tragically cut short during the Holocaust.


Kern-Martin Family Collection

The Kern-Martin Family Collection documents the related Kern-Martin, Kern, and Temple families, with a focus on family members who left Vienna to establish new lives in England and the United States.


David Ludwig Bloch

David Ludwig Bloch, a deaf printmaker from Bavaria, created vivid depictions of life as a refugee in the Shanghai Ghetto in the 1940s and focused his attention on the Holocaust in his later career.


Lene Schneider-Kainer

Lene Schneider-Kainer lived an illustrious and adventurous life. Born in late 19th century Vienna, she traveled widely, all the way to China and photographed what she saw.


Harry Ettlinger and Otto Oppenheimer: Story of a Monuments Man

In 2011 LBI helped a town in Germany connect with one of its native sons, Harry Ettlinger. Now Ettlinger’s military service during WWII is the subject of an upcoming major motion picture.