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“Aufbringungswerk” was the office’s name at the Jewish congregation in Berlin, devoted to raising funds under the Nazi regime. Established in 1934, it was directed by Rabbi Martin Salomonski until his deportation to Theresienstadt in 1942.
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Unknown Artist: Medaille des Aufbringungswerkes der Juedischen Gemeinde Berlin, 5696 (1935), Leo Baeck Institute, 61.200.
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