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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

Interactive Tour

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.

Book cover with a colorful bird and the Yiddish word "Fojglen" (birds), a Yiddish children's book
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!