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Details about the History and Internet Presentation of an Important Research Group. „Alemannia Judaica“. The Region of „Alemannia Judaica“: Baden-Württemberg (Germany), Elsass (Alsace, France), Switzerland Vorarlberg (Austria). Jewish communities In southwest Germany

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details about the history and internet presentation of an important research group
Details about the History and

Internet Presentation of an Important

Research Group

„Alemannia Judaica“
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The Region of

„Alemannia Judaica“:

Baden-Württemberg (Germany),

Elsass (Alsace, France),

Switzerland

Vorarlberg (Austria)

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Jewish communities

In southwest Germany

and adjoining areas

(2013)

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Ludwig Bez

Since 1985: Pädagogisch-kulturelles Centrum

Ehemalige Synagoge Freudental

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Prof. Dr. Paul Sauer (1931 - 2010)

„Die jüdischen Gemeinden in Württemberg

und Hohenzollern“ (1966)

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Prof. Dr. Utz Jeggle (1941-2009)

„Judendörfer in Württemberg“,1969

Prof. Dr. Jeggle, 2008

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Dr. Joachim Hahn (born 1954)

„Synagogen in Baden-Württemberg“ (1987)

„Erinnerungen und Zeugnisse jüdischer Geschichte

In Baden-Württemberg“ (1988)

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Plans of Jewish Cemeteries in:

Hahn, Erinnerungen und Zeugnisse… (1988)

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Rabbiner Dr. Aron Tänzer (1871-1937)

Rabbiner in Hohenems,

1896-1905

Rabbiner in Göppingen,

1907-1937

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Some Books of Rabbi Aron Taenzer

History of the Jews

in Hohenems, 1905,

(850 pages)

History of the Jews

in Jebenhausen and

Goeppingen, 1927,

(574 pages;new edition 1988

History of the Jews

in Wuerttemberg, 1937

New edition 1983

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Working together about Dr. Aron Taenzer

Dr. Karl Heinz Rueß

in Goeppingen

Prof. Dr. Karl Heinz Burmeister (born 1936) in Bregenz (Austria) and Hohenems

Book about Rabbi Dr. Aron Tänzer, written by Dr. Karl Heinz Burmeister, Karl Heinz Rueß and others (1987)

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Some of the first members of Alemannia Judaica

Prof. Dr. Karl Heinz Burmeister

(born 1936)

Dr. Karl Heinz

Rueß

Günter Boll

(1940-2012)

Jost Grosspietzsch

Ruben

Frankenstein

(born 1938)

Dr. Frowald Gil Huettenmeister

(born 1938)

Prof. Dr. Freddy Raphael

(born 1936)

Dr. Uri Kaufmann

(born 1957)

Prof. Dr. Heiko Haumann

(born 1945)

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Publications on Jewish History („guides“) published by

Klaus Schubert in Haigerloch

(six of about 60)

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Anual Meeting of

Alemannia Judaica in

Freudental 2009

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Königin-Olga-Stift Stuttgart

2002: Religious Education

with Rabbi Dr. Benjamin Adler

(Jerusalem)

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Members of „Alemannia Judaica“, who were recipients of the Obermayer Award:

2000 Joachim Hahn – 2002 Günter Boll – 2004 Christiane Walesch-Schneller –

2005 Robert Krais Heinrich Nuhn - 2006 Rolf Hofmann - 2007 Ernst Schäll -

2008: Charlotte Mayenberger 2010 Angelika Brosig Helmut Gabeli

Walter Ott - 2011 Barbara Staudacher Heinz Högerle 2012 Rolf Emmerich