The collections of the Jewish Museum Berlin contain numerous artifacts related to the First World War. Curators of the collections and the archive address these and other questions:
- What was its meaning in German-Jewish commemorative culture?
- How was the war represented at the time?
- And how did future generations hear about it?
See them for yourself...
Share, Newsletter, Feedback
12 of 12,000
Fallen German-Jewish Soldiers in the First World War
The First World War in Jewish Memory
Including many objects from private donations
3 Jul to 16 Nov 2014
Max Haller's Collection of Medals
During the First World War, the seaman fought for the Imperial German Navy.
From our Holdings