Präsentation zum Thema: "The Historic District of Lublin (The Jewish Quarter)"— Präsentation transkript:
1The Historic District of Lublin (The Jewish Quarter) The Historic District of Lublin (The Jewish Quarter)A presentation of Laura Popow and Sarah Eisenreich
2Hello Centropa. Today we are going to visit the historic district of Lublin.
3What happened Years Ago… What happened Years Ago…Before we start it is important to know some general information about the old town and the Jewish district and population of Lublin before and during World War II.
4The Time Before The War Began… The Time Before The War Began…The city contained a vibrant Jewish community which formed around 40% of Lublin's population.These were about JewsIn 1930 the biggest Talmud school (Jeshiwa) of the world were built in Lublin.
5The Jewish district in Lublin in the 30s of the 20th century. The Jewish district in Lublin in the 30s of the 20th century.
6The Changes during world war ii… The Changes during world war ii…Lublin’s Jewish population was forced into the Lublin Ghetto established around the area of Podzamcze.Almost every inhabitant of the Ghetto was deported and killed in a concentration camp.Near the Ghetto the concentration camp Majdanek were built by the Nazis
7And this is how Lublin Looks today… And this is how Lublin Looks today…
9-The Jeshiwa were founded in 1930 by Rabbi Meir Shapiro -The Jeshiwa were founded in 1930 by Rabbi Meir Shapiro-It was a Talmud school, a Jewish library and a synagoge-During the German occupation the school were closed but not completely destroyed-Many books were burned by the Nazis
10A Fountain in the old town of lublin -The fountain is the only building which is preserved till today-It is located in the heart of the old town of LublinA Fountain in the old town of lublin
11A view in the old town of Lublin… A view in the old town of Lublin…
12-The castle were built during the reign of Kasimir the righteous-Between 1826 and the castle were used as a prison-During World War II more than people were detained in the prison. Most of them were resistance fighters.- Since 1954 the castle is used as a museumThe Castle in Lublin
13A monument to the former prison in the castle. A monument to the former prison in the castle.
14The Results after the war… The Results after the war…Of Poland's prewar Jewish population of 3,500,000, only about 50, ,000 survived the war.Today only about 100 Jews are left in Lublin.
15Never aggain…During our travel in Poland this was a sentence we heart very often. Never aggain…! So stand out from crowd so something like this never happens aggain.
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