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Jewish primary school children, 1911

Former Jewish school

Synagogue, destroyed in 1938

Inside the synagogue

Old Jewish cemetery

Jüdischer Kindergarten; Quelle Stadtarchiv Fulda
Jüdischer Kindergarten; Quelle Stadtarchiv Fulda

Jewish kindergarten

Former retirement home

Photos: Stadtarchiv Fulda/private

In memory of Jewish life in Fulda

Every year, students from 9th and 10th grade Bardoschule secondary school in Fulda have the opportunity to participate in the “Fulda – Auschwitz” project, which covers the entire school year. The Jewish life in Fulda is explored, with the focus on the period of nationalsocialism and the murder in Auschwitz. Read More

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80th anniversary of the deportation to Riga – youth remembers
80th anniversary of the deportation to Riga – youth remembers

December 8, 2021 was the 80th anniversary of the deportation from Fulda to Riga. Although a silent march had been planned together with the project group and assisted by  the Winfried School, sadly, this could not take place due to the pandemic. Instead, we decided to produce a digital memorial…

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Commemoration of the victims of the Reichsprogromnacht on November 9, 1938
Commemoration of the victims of the Reichsprogromnacht on November 9, 1938

The commemoration this year was a special one, as we were able to meet, for the first time ever, at the square of the destroyed synagogue. Students from their project  “Jewish Life in Fulda” made impressive speeches – they had previously decorated the square with over 400 candles for the…

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In Memory April 2021 – birthday stones
In Memory April 2021 – birthday stones

We do not forget you! We would like to remember the murdered people in particular on their birthdays in April.

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In Memory March 2021 – birthday stones
In Memory March 2021 – birthday stones

We do not forget you! We would like to remember the murdered people in particular on their birthdays in March.

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Students Project Group
Students Project Group

Our students project group study the Jewish history in Fulda. We are working on various projects and campaigns primarily to keep the memory of the victims of the Holocaust alive.

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Joe Hess from Fulda about the Kindertransport
Joe Hess from Fulda about the Kindertransport

On Thursday, the 11th February, we all had the opportunity to virtually meet Joe Hess, a survivor of the Holocaust from Fulda.Joe Hess, born as Josef, was born in 1932 in Fulda and managed to flee, together with his sister, to Great Britain, where they lived with a foster family.1948…

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