E_statisches Bild der interaktiven Figur »Changeling«
Screenshot of the computer application

What time is it?

Almost everyone knows that at least 6 million Jews were murdered in Europe, of them around 200,000 in Germany, under the Nazi regime.

Less people know that before the first extermination camp was erected, daily life for Jews in Germany was shaped by manifold discriminations and limitations. This task gives you an inkling of how this felt:
What time is it?


... and what else is on?

Woman in front of a map

Online game: Glikl is about to set off on a long business trip

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Painting: Man and woman in old fashioned clothing

Online-Game: The Life of a Court Jew

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Panel labeled: »Juden werden hier nicht bedient« (Jews are not served here)

The Jewish Response to National Socialism

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Photo: Student with gloves analyses a saxophone

Project day: Archive Workshop

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