Gertrud Kolmar's powerful poetic voice drew the reader inward into the poet's internal being. Kolmar continued to write, even as the world fell apart around her during the Holocaust.
Alice Urbach was a single working mother of two whose cookbook So kocht man in Wien! was a bestseller until it was stolen during the Holocaust.
The German-Jewish poet Mascha Kaléko lived in exile for over a decade in the Greenwich Village, where she felt at home in its bohemian culture.
Die Journalistin und Think Tank Direktorin, wird dem Vorstand des LBI beitreten, um die Verknüpfungen des jüdischen Archivs nach Deutschland zu stärken.
Marianne Rein was a promising young poet when, in 1941, she was deported to the Riga concentration camp. The Jacob Picard Collection at LBI has the largest body of her literary legacy.
The lives of German- and Austrian-Jewish poets are preserved in the letters, notes and photographs of the Leo Baeck Institute's collection.
A chronological tour of the Haggadot in the LBI Library's rare book collection.
Stammbaum is the only English language publication of German Jewish genealogy. Published 1992-2007, it has attracted an international readership of professional and amateur genealogists, and facilitates the exchange of helpful and sound information, techniques, sources, and archival material. It includes human interest and anecdotal material, which add verisimilitude to genealogical …
Moritz Daniel Oppenheim's portraits of German nobility and his genre scenes of Jewish family life and customs made him the "first Jewish painter of the modern era."
Blick in die Ausstellung „Shared History - 1700 Jahre jüdisches Leben im deutschsprachigen Raum“Bundestagspräsident Wolfgang Schäuble besichtigt die Ausstellung „Shared History - 1700 Jahre jüdisches