On 9 and 10 November 1938, in hundreds of towns across Germany and Austria, thousands of Jews were terrorised, persecuted and victimised. The November Pogrom, known alternatively as ‘Kristallnacht’, also led to the desecration of over 1,200 synagogues and the looting of thousands of Jewish businesses and homes. Approximately 90 people were killed and over 25,000 Jewish men were arrested and deported to camps.
This exhibition looks at the November Pogrom from the perspective of eyewitnesses and tells the story of how hundreds of testimonies were collected by our founder Dr Alfred Wiener and his colleagues in the weeks following the attacks.
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