Jidiszer Sztotiszer Kommitet in Ulm scrapbook
The scrapbook documented the Jewish City Committee in Ulm and was published in 1947. The scrapbook contains black and white photographs of the Committee and Ulm. The scrapbook is arranged in its original order. Any pictures that have fallen off the pages are placed in a separate folder.
- 1947 - 1947
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Biographical / Historical
Ulm is located in Wuerttemberg, Germany; it is a significant road and rail city. In the 19th century, the city of Ulm was established into a robust Jewish community. The most famous person born in Ulm was Albert Einstein. During the Nazi period, the Jewish population declined due to antisemitism and the boycott of Jewish business establishments. In 1936, Jewish students were no longer able to attend public schools. On November 10, 1938, the night of Kristallnacht, the synagogue built-in 1873, was burned down. Later, the Jewish community was deported from Ulm to concentration camps. The city of Ulm was severely damaged by subsequent raids from March 1, 1945, to April 19, 1945, by British and American aircraft. Two large truck factories were the primary targets. By the end of the Second World War, eighty-one percent of the city center was destroyed.
1.21 Linear Feet
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The scrapbook documented the Jewish City Committee in Ulm and was published in 1947. The scrapbook contains black and white photographs of the Committee and Ulm. There is also an introduction by Ze'ev Stern, a member of the presidium of the Ulm City Committee.
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