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2017: The Jewish postcard in Alsatian life

Presentation of an extraordinary collection of century-old postcards illustrating a major turning point in the  Jewish professional and social life in Alsace! We see, through these witnesses of history, this population   discriminated against until the revolution, get out of their jobs of misery and seize opportunities to fully integrate into the world modern Alsatian. For the first time, this collection containing true masterpieces opens to the public…

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2017 exhibition: The time of the present moment:

A meditative journey to Plum Village by Stéphane Guitard

Photography exhibition cradle of mindfulness. A time to stop, a time to feel, a time for yourself.


“1940 - 1945 The Resistance of the Alsatians” 

From May 21 to June 25, the Judeo-Alsatian Museum presented the exhibition "The resistance of the Alsacians" proposed by the AERIA

Who are the resistance fighters and the Alsatian resistance fighters? Why do they resist? What were their actions during the de facto annexation (1940-1945) of Alsace to the German Reich?

The 31 panels of the exhibition offer answers to these questions and retrace the routes of these women and men who, outside Alsace and in Alsace, contributed to the fight against Nazism by investing in the networks of smugglers. , in the armed struggle and in many other forms of opposition and resistance.

- A DVD-rom produced by AERIA completes this presentation and offers nearly 11,000 names, 600 files, photos, sounds, maps, videos.  

- Additional information:

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2017: Photographic exhibition:

Jewish heritage in Bohemia and Moravia

With nearly 200 photographs by Henry Aron Bouhnik of the Valiske Association.

For centuries, the Czech countries have been a real interface between the Slavic world, the Magyarophone area and the German Länder. The Jewish presence there dates back to the 10th century and in 1000 years, these craftsmen and merchants built many communities in small towns and villages, without forgetting Prague, the city of the MaHaRal which represented in the 17th century the third Jewish pole in the world.

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