The next Newsletter – April 2020 is out!
Booklaunch: Rettet wenigstens die Kinder
The project has collected several biographies of former visitors who were saved by the Kindertransport. 20 of these biographies have now been published in a book: More information and reviews here
Visiting Program 2019
In June a group of former citizens of Frankfurt and their descendants were invited to the city of Frankfurt, the former home of their parents or grandparents. The invitation of the city gave them the opportunity to see the sites of the grandparents`childhood and youth, visit their houses, the area they lived in, the graves of relatives and former schools. Reports and Pictures
Frank Felsenstein writes in The Times of Israel about his visit to Frankfurt.
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Now the City is different – and still the same
Here we introduce biographical material on former citizens which is part of our large archive, resulting from 30 years of taking care of the guests of the City of Frankfurt.
The biographies of former Frankfurt citizens are part of the archives which we have compiled in thirty years of accompanying the guests of the City of Frankfurt.
More biographies will be added from time to time.
It is our intention to make sure to assist teachers, young people, students, historians and anybody interested in the topic in finding access to the recollectionsof the former Frankfurt citizens of Jewish background. The time witnesses will not be here for long anymore, so it is up to us to pass their experiences on to the generation to come.
New biographies July – December 2017
New biographies January – June 2017
- Recha and Leo Koref
- Shimon and Malka Bukspan with Aaron, Regina, Berti und Sonia
- Moshe, Toni, Ruth and Edith Bukspan
- Lee Edwards, née Carlebach
- The Mayers and the Marxes
New biographies July – December 2016
- The Schwarzschilds
- The Stelzers and the Novins
- The Flesch-Family
- The Morgensterns
- The Eis-Family: Carole Fels and Margaret Eis Aghion