23 March to 15 July 2012 Jewish Migrants from Eastern Europe in the 1920s
Offers for School Classes
Available only for the
Duration of the Exhibition
For School Students from Grade 8
Taking reasons for fleeing as a starting point, visualized in the images of Issachar Ber Ryback from the years 1918 and 1919, the tour presents Berlin as a haven for Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe.
- Fojglen (Birds), author: Leib Kvitko (1800-1952), illustrator: Issachar Ryback (1897-1935), Berlin: Schwellen Verlag, 1922 © Gross Family Collection, Tel Aviv
Photographs, print media, three-dimensional objects and acoustic sound clips give visitors diverse impressions of Jewish life in Berlin between the World Wars. A particular focus of the tour lies in the exploration of what different types of object express about people, time, or "reality."
Please note: This interactive tour was available only for the duration of the exhibition and can no longer be booked!