Places to visit in Berlin

Berlin, Jews and Nazi regime


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Evgeny Praisman (author)
I’m a professional historian and tour guide. I have visited almost 50 countries and more than 300 cities and share my routs through Pinsteps easily and with a big pleasure. Hope you will enjoy my pathways and share them with your friends!
Distance
10.04 km
Duration
3h 35 m
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Fruchthaus

Jews are no longer allowed to buy newspapers and magazines on 17.2.1942

Memorial places of memory in the Bavarian Quarter Deportation and murder of Berlin Jews in the years from 1933 to 1945 Translated with Google Translate

A film that was released in Germany by German citizens of German origin was recognized as a German film.

Memorial Places to Jews Living in Berlin from 1933 to 1945 O Renata Pf and Frieder Schnock, Berlin, 1993 Translated with Google Translate

Journalists must prove their Aryan origin for themselves and their spouse before the year 1800. 04/15/1936

Think of Einnem's places in the fourth exclusion and deprivation of civil rights, expulsion, deportation and murder of Berlin Jews in 1933-1945

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Jewish doctors are no longer allowed to practice. 25.7.1938 Monument Memorable places in Bavaria Deportation and languages. Expulsion of the Berlin Judo in the years from 1933 to 1945 Translated with Google Translate

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Ev. Kirchengemeinde zum heilsbronnen
Ev. Kirchengemeinde zum heilsbronnen

The baptism of the Jews and the conversion to Christianity have no meaning for the national question. 10/4/1936

Memorial sites for Jews living in Bertine from 1933 to 194 Translated with Google Translate

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Aryan and non-Aryan children are forbidden to play together. 1938 Translated with Google Translate

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Postal officers married to Jewish women must retire. 8/6/1937

“The time has come, tomorrow I have to leave, and, of course, it will be difficult for me, I will write to you ...” Before the deportation, 16.1.1942 Translated with Google Translate

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Jewish religious associations are responsible for removing the ruins of the synagogue. Reconstruction is not allowed. 03/24/1939

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The telephone communications of the Jews are terminated by the post office. From 7.7.1940 Starting from 12/21/1941 ban on the use of public telephones.

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U Nollendorfplatz (Berlin)
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U Hallesches Tor (Berlin)
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U Hallesches Tor (Berlin)
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Repair Café Art materials Kreuzberg
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Jewish Museum in Berlin
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Jewish Museum in Berlin
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Jewish Museum in Berlin
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Garten des exils
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Jewish Museum in Berlin
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