To Stay or Go? German Jews in the Nazi Period
Student Workshop on the Experiences of German Jews
This workshop for students aged 14 and older combines biographical work with methods from the field of educational theater. It uses objects from the museum’s diverse collection and illustrations from the graphic novels The Arrival and The Boxer to teach participants about the plight of German Jews in the 1930s.
Flight and Emigration
How was it possible that around half of the German Jews were able to leave Nazi Germany? Which reasons were there to leave, and why did others stay?
Deprived of their livelihoods, excluded from society, and treated like second-class citizens, many Jews fled their German homeland in the 1930s. In October 1941 it became illegal for them to emigrate. This workshop about flight and emigration focuses on the fears and hardship of the Jewish population and the growing difficulties faced by those wishing to leave.
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50 euros (including admission fee; one chaperon free of charge)
14 and older