JEWS IN BERLIN
The Exhibition presents the history of Berlin’s 55,000 Jews from 1938 to 1945: from gradual disenfranchisement to almost total annihilation.
The names of all 55,000 Berlin’s Jews are written on a screen in front of the window.
The names of the ten percent who survived are printed in boldface. A glance conveys an impression of the proportions of the many who were killed and the very few who survived.
Exhibition design and graphic design
New Synagogue Foundation – Centrum Judaicum