The Great Synagogue of Chemnitz, East Germany
Size 16" X13" or bigger.
The Great Synagogue of Chemnitz, East Germany Established in 1899. Built-in the Neo-Romanesque style with decorated arches and columns. Large organ above the ark. Desecrated and burned down on Kristallnacht.
The first Jews settled there in 1308. The Jewish population prior to the war was 2,387. On Kristallnacht, the synagogue was burned down, the men were arrested, sent to Buchenwald and later were deported to the extermination camps in the East.
$380.00 Regular Price
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