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January 25, 1985 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NEWS

German Town
To Replace
Synagogue

Bonn (JTA) — The city council
of Darmstadt has decided to pro-
vide funds to build the first
synagogue in that Hessian town
since Nazi mobs destroyed the two
old synagogues there during the
infamous Kristallnacht nearly a
half-century ago.
It will serve the 120 surviving
Jews in Darmstadt and several
other small Jewish communities
in the southern region of the state
of Hesse. Ruediger Breuer, a
Darmstadt official who initiated
the project, explained, "We are fed
up with paying lip service to the
suffering of the Jewish commu-
nity in our town. It is high time to
take action and we intend to do
just that."
The projected opening of the
synagogue is Nov. 9, 1988, when
Jews in Germany and throughout
the world will be marking the
50th anniversary of Kris-
tallnacht, the first nationwide
episode of carnage against Ger-
man Jews organized by the Nazi
regime.
On that date in 1938,
Darmstadt had fewer than 2,000
Jews. Their two synagogues, one
built in 1737 and the other in
1850, were gutted. By April, 1939,
only 258 Jews remained in
Darmstadt. Most of them were
later deported to death camps in
Germany and Eastern Europe.

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