Unique collection bequeathed to Jewish Museum in Berlin
The Jewish Museum in Berlin has been gifted a remarkable collection of artefacts documenting the life of a Jewish teacher who was murdered by the Nazis in 1942. The estate was bequeathed to the museum by teacher Fritz Wachsner’s granddaughter, Marianne, who received the box containing items such as photo albums, letters and identification documents when she was an adult. The first exhibition of documents will go on display this week. Read more: dw.de
Get inspired to travel everyday by signing up to our daily newsletter.