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Thirty Years of Synagogue Restoration in South-West Germany Dr. Joachim Hahn, Alemannia Judaica
Kibbuz Yifat in Israel (1973): Joachim Hahn, sitting on the floor, with Rachel und Abraham Sinai
The Synagogue in Offenburg, before 1935 with cantor Siegfried Schnurmann at the organ of the synagogue
The former Synagogue in Offenburg (around 1983) and stairs to the old entrance of the building
The Synagogue in Kippenheim, Before 1935
The former Synagogue in Kippenheim, Around
The Synagogue in Schmieheim before 1935
The former synagogue in Schmieheim, around 1983
The Synagogue in Altdorf, before 1935 Women of the jewish community In front of the synagogue, before 1935
The former Synagogue in Altdorf around 1983
The Synagogue in Ettenheim, before 1935
The former Synagogue in Ettenheim (2003) 1935
The Synagogue in Bodersweier, before 1935
Joachim Hahn: first books of 1987 and 1988
Rabbi Nathan Peter Levinson: Inauguration of a memorial plaque 1978 at the former synagogue in Offenburg
Destroyed Synagogue in Ulm – Burning Synagogue in Laupheim After the Pogrom in November 1938
Synagogue in Muellheim – Photo around 1900
The former Synagogue in Muellheim in the 1950s
Demolition of the former Synagogue in Muellheim in the 1960s
Inauguration of the Synagogue in Bad Mergentheim in 1946
Former Synagogue in Kippenheim, 1983 and 1986
Former Synagogue in Kippenheim after restoration
Former Synagogue in Kippenheim: inside after restoration / preservation
Concert in the former Synagogue
Former Synagogue in Offenburg (about 1983)
Former Synagogue (Salmen) in Offenburg after restoration
Inside the former Synagogue (Salmen) in Offenburg – Exhibition showing former Jewish inhabitants of the town
Former Synagogue in Schmieheim – transferred into a dwelling house 1983
Former Synagogue in Schmieheim, now a dwelling house
Former Synagogue In Altdorf (about 1983)
Former Synagoge in Altdorf: now an exhibition hall at ground level
Event in the former Synagogue in Altdorf
The Synagogue in Freudental – around 1930 and in the 1960s
Restoration of the former Synagogue in Freudental (1984)
Prayer of Jewish Teachers in the former Synagogue in Freudental during the Renovation
The former Synagogue in Freudental after renovation
Events in the former Synagogue of Freudental
The Synagoge in Hechingen around 1930
The Synagogue in Hechingen after Novemberpogrom 1938
The former Synagogue in Hechingen before and during Restoration around 1985
The former Synagogue in Hechingen during Restoration 1984
The former Synagogue in Hechingen after Renovation
The Synagogue in Hechingen after renovation
The former Synagogue in Baisingen in the 1980s
The former Synagogue of Baisingen – after Restoration
Former Synagogue of Baisingen – after Renovation
The Synagogue in Haigerloch – before 1938
The former Synagogue in Haigerloch – in the 1980s Before 1938
Restaurierung der ehemaligen Synagoge Haigerloch
Nach Abschluss der Renovierung der ehemaligen Synagoge In Haigerloch
The former Synagogue in Haigerloch - after renovation
The Synagogue In Sulzburg after renovation
The former Synagogue in Sulzburg after renovation
The former Synagogue in Michelbach an der Luecke (May 2013)
The former Synagogue in Michelbach an der Luecke – after Renovation (May 2013)
The former Synagogue in Hemsbach
The synagogue of Hemsbach after renovation
The former Synagogue in Wenkheim after renovation
Mikwe in Wenkheim after renovation
The former Synagogue in Affaltrach after renovation
Exhibition in the former Synagogue in Affaltrach after renovation
The former Synagogue in Oberdorf am Ipf after renovation
The former Synagogue in Oberdorf after renovation
The former Synagogue in Leutershausen after renovation
The former Synagogues in Eichtersheim and in Merchingen used as dwelling house (Eichersheim), as church (Merchingen)
The former Synagogue in Steinsfurt
The former Synagogue in Horb am Neckar Dr.-Abraham-Schweizer-Platz (last Rabbi of Horb)
The former Synagogue in Horb am Neckar
The former Synagogue in Heinsheim (not yet renovated )
The former Synagogue in Duehren (not yet renovated)
The former Synagogue in Duehren (not yet renovated)
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