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On Nov. 10, 1938, when the Nazis destroyed many German synagogues, the mayor of Ansbach saved the synagogue there by staging a mock fire. By the outbreak of World War II , after emigration and expulsions, only 10 Jews remained in the city.
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Ansbach History - Triposo Ansbach became the capital of the circle of Middle Franconia following the unification of Germany; at the time, it had a population of 12,635. Jewish families were resident in Ansbach from at least the end of the 18th century.

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Ansbach - Wikipedia Ansbach ( ˈ æ n z b æ k ; German pronunciation: ) is a city in the German state of Bavaria. It is the capital of the administrative region of Middle Franconia. Ansbach is 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Nuremberg and 90 miles (140 km) north of Munich, on the Fränkische Rezat (Rezat River), a tributary of the Main river. In 2004, its population was 40,723.

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Kristallnacht Kristallnacht: November 9-10 Jews were forced to pay for all damage done to property during Kristallnacht- made to pay retribution of one billion Reich marks Jews were forced to emigrate out of Germany Jews were forced to wear badges with the Star of David for identification

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Kristallnacht - The History Place Kristallnacht. A massive, coordinated attack on Jews throughout the German Reich on the night of November 9, 1938, into the next day, has come to be known as Kristallnacht or The Night of Broken Glass.

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Gerda Haas describes prewar Jewish community life in. Gerda was raised in a religious family in the small town of Ansbach, Germany, where her father was the Jewish butcher. She attended German schools until 1936, and then moved to Berlin to attend a Jewish school.

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What the Nazis stole from synagogues during the November. Culture What the Nazis stole from synagogues during the November 1938 pogrom. While Nazi troops stormed and burned synagogues during the Kristallnacht pogrom on November 9, 1938, German museum.

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Kristallnacht - HISTORY After Kristallnacht, conditions for German Jews grew increasingly worse. During World War II (1939-45), Hitler and the Nazis implemented their so-called “Final Solution” to the what they.