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Geschichte der Vilbeler Juden : von der Integration zur Deportation

Author: Berta Ritscher; Bad Vilbeler Verein für Geschichte und Heimatpflege.
Publisher: Bad Vilbel : Bad Vilbeler Verein für Geschichte und Heimatpflege e.V., 1998.
Series: Bad Vilbeler Heimatblätter, Heft 45.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Surveys the history of Jews in Vilbel from the 17th century until World War II. Pp. 68-93 discuss the Nazi period. In 1932, 83 Jews lived in Vilbel; in 1933, 65 remained. Many emigrated after 1938; some moved to Frankfurt, hoping that the situation was safer for Jews in a big town. Pp. 100-357 relate the fate of 125 Jewish families who lived in Vilbel from the 19th century. Pp. i-xii contain a list of 72 Jews who  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Berta Ritscher; Bad Vilbeler Verein für Geschichte und Heimatpflege.
ISBN: 3000024069 9783000024061
OCLC Number: 42914598
Language Note: German.
Notes: Cover title.
Description: 357, lxxxviii pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Bad Vilbeler Heimatblätter, Heft 45.
Responsibility: Berta Ritscher ; herausgegeben vom Bad Vilbeler Verein für Geschichte und Heimatpflege e.V. im Auftrag des Magistrats der Stadt Bad Vilbel unter Mitarbeit der Jüdischen Gemeinde Bad Vilbel e.V.

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Surveys the history of Jews in Vilbel from the 17th century until World War II. Pp. 68-93 discuss the Nazi period. In 1932, 83 Jews lived in Vilbel; in 1933, 65 remained. Many emigrated after 1938; some moved to Frankfurt, hoping that the situation was safer for Jews in a big town. Pp. 100-357 relate the fate of 125 Jewish families who lived in Vilbel from the 19th century. Pp. i-xii contain a list of 72 Jews who perished in concentration camps.

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