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The Leo Baeck Institute (LBI), founded in 1955, was named after Rabbi Leo Baeck, the last public representative of the Jewish community in Nazi Germany. LBI Jerusalem was founded by prominent Jewish intellectuals including Martin Buber, Gershom Scholem, Ernst Simon and Hugo Bergman, alongside two parallel Leo Baeck institutes in London and New York. All three centers operate independently, while cooperation is achieved by the International Executive Committee

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New Publications from Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem:
 
Heinz Hesdörffer: Bekannte traf Man Viele...
Aufzeichnungen eines Deutschen Juden
Aus dem Winter 1945-1946
 
The book is published in Hebrew by the Leo Beack Institute Jerusalem and Yad Vashem
Catalog price - 68 Nis.
 
Avraham Barkai: Wavering Identity on the Verge of Annihilation
The Centralverein and German Jews 1893-1938
 
The book is published in Hebrew by the Leo Beack Institute Jerusalem and Yad Vashem
Catalog price - 88 Nis
 
for more information call - 02-5633790
 
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Austrian Heritage Collection
From Austria to Israel:
Documentation of Jewish life stories 
 

We are seeking individuals who would be
willing
to complete a questionnaire about their biography
and, if possible,
give an interview as well.

 

 

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Internships by the German Academic Exchange Service
at The Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem
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The children of Nathan Marx

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Children of a textile manufacturer from Stettin, appr. 1920.

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