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Not everyone who is interested in our topics can visit us. That's why we regularly develop content that works on its own, without a visit to the museum. Take a look at our online-features!

Screenshot: on a black background there are numerous bright markers. They give an idea of the outline of Germany within the borders of 1937

Topography of Violence 1930–1938

A visualization of documented acts of violence against individuals, Jewish institutions and businesses

Online Project
2020

Documenting Brutality

Historical sources on the antisemitic violence in Germany between 1930 and 1938 in the holdings of the JMB

Online Project
2020

12 of 12,000

Fallen German-Jewish Soldiers in the First World War

Online Project
2016

1933: The Beginning of the End of German Jewry

Online project for the 2013 Theme Year “Diversity Destroyed: 1933–1938”

Online Project
2013

Dateline: Israel

Exhibition website with contemporary photography and video art, including Yael Bartana’s video installation Trembling Time (2001)

Online Project
2007/08

13 Objects—13 Stories

Unusual objects from our core exhibition tell stories of Jewish life

Online Project
2020

Varieté. Inmitten eines Hofes eine provisorisch beleuchtete Bühne und Artist*innen. Rundum herbeikommende Zuschauer*innen

Bedřich Fritta

Drawings from the Theresienstadt Ghetto. Featuring many of the drawings from the exhibition

Exhibition Website
2013

Looting and Restitution

Jewish-Owned Cultural Artifacts from 1933 to the Present. With glossary of technical terms relating to restitution

Exhibition Website
2008

Zeichnung eines Rabbiners, der ein Brautpaar segnet

Paula and Bernhard Lustig's Wedding Album

A worthwhile insight into our archive

Online Feature
2017

Night Shift

Insights into the museum at night

Video Project
2018

Kurt: Hunting for Clues

Initially, all we have is a first name, but intensive research brings some details to light.

Online Feature
2018

On Site

The hosts at the museum show their favourite spots

Photo Project
2018

“Since that day, Iʼve felt like a newborn”

A striking document about the 1945 Day of Liberation

Online Feature
2020

Object Days

Memorabilia and migration stories – portraits of Jews living in Germany

Photo Project
2017

Golem. From Mysticism to Minecraft

Online Feature
2016

What We Won’t Show You...

In nine short films (in German), employees give insights into our work by explaining “what we don’t show.”

Video Project
2009

How Our Museum Came to Be

Details from Our Prehistory and the Years Since the Museum Opened

Online-Feature
2020

Unpacking Donations

Family collections arriving at the museum

Photo Project
2018

Zvi Sofer: A Collector and His Collection

Who was the man who originally assembled the kernel of our Judaica collection?

Online Feature
2019

Bread and Roses

On International Women's Day 2019, Christina Hecht takes a look at various archives.

Online Project
2019

Die Aufnahme zeigt einen Mann, eine Frau, vor ihnen zwei Kinder, alle stehen im Freien. Die beiden Jungs und der Mann tragen kurze Hosen, die Frau ein kurzärmeliges Kleid mit floralem Muster.

Memories from the Life of Walter Frankenstein

With many photographs from the Walter and Leonie Frankenstein Collection

Online Feature
2017/18

That can’t be! Can it?

Coincidences in the archive

Online-Feature
2020

Matters of Faith: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Nine animated movies

Video Project
2011

 Collage Employees Jewish Museum Berlin

Core Exhibition Team

Selfie Project for International Museum Day on 17 May 2020

Photo Project
2020

The First World War in Jewish Memory

Series of eight short videos in which curators present holdings from our Archives.

Video Project
2015

Black and white photography of teenage girls and boys joyfully leaning out of the window of a train

Photo­graphic Testimony

On the history of the Herbert Sonnenfeld collection

Essay
2014