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Lebn will ich—Was blieb: Jüdische Friedhöfe in Polen

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Translated title I will live—What remained: Jewish cemeteries in Poland
Editor

Petra Blachetta-Madajczyk.

Imprint

Darmstadt, Germany, 1999. 155 pp., illustrations: 172 col., 33 b&w, 20 × 19.7 cm. German.

ISBN

9783933112079

Location

Ausstellungskataloge des Hessischen Staatsarchivs Darmstadt 20

Description

Hessisches Staatsarchiv Darmstadt (4–31 August 1999)

Description

A photographic exhibition on Polish Jewish cemeteries. Catalog with 14 essays on topics including: Jewish cemeteries (Olga Goldberg-Mulkiewicz), symbols on Jewish tombstones (Monika Krajewska, with numerous photographic images), the Ringelblum-Archiv (Ruta Sakowska), a guide to the Warsaw Jewish cemetery (Marian Turski); the Warsaw Jewish cemetery (Bolesław Szenicer), the Jews of Płock (Jan Przedpelski, Jan Jagielski), the Jewish community of Karczew (Eleonora Bergman), the situation of the Jews of Worms during the Weimar Republic (Gerold Bönnen), etc. Well-illustrated, mostly with color photographs of the cemeteries and tombstones; includes one image of the synagogue in the Warsaw cemetery (destroyed in 1943). No itemized listing.

main keywords

CEMETERIESJEWISH SYMBOLS/THEMESKARCZEWPHOTOGRAPHSPŁOCKPOLANDRINGELBLUM ARCHIVESTOMBSTONESTOMBSTONES, ART/ICONOGRAPHYWARSAWWORMS

minor keywords

Cemeteries, PolandHistorical photographsKing SolomonLions as symbolMagen David as symbolMenorah as symbolSynagogues, PolandTombstones, Poland

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