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New central archive for Jewish history research opens in Germany

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The new Central Archive for Research into the History of the Jewish People in Germany has opened in Heidelberg as an important place of memory and preservation. “The Central Archive holds a treasure: the memory of the Jewish communities,” said Josef Schuster, president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany at a ceremony on Tuesday. The occasion marked the relocation of the archive, which was founded in the city in 1987, to a new, much larger and more modern premises. Previously, the holdings were spread over several locations in Heidelberg. Currently, the archive contains around 2,000 line…

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