Centrum Judaicum Archiv
- Archive of the New Synagogue Berlin–Centrum Judaicum Foundation
- Archiv der Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin–Centrum Judaicum
- Gesamtarchiv der deutschen Juden
Since 1990, the archive of the foundation of the new synagogue Berlin - Centrum Judaicum has been continuously developing and expanding. The archive contains documents and records regarding Jewish communities, organizations and individuals from Germany until 1945, and after 1945 records mainly from Berlin and Eastern Germany.
The collections currently consist of 400 meters of archival material, about 2,500 microfilms and over 10,300 microfiches. Holdings include but are not limited to: files of German Jewish communities (Central Archives of German Jewry, former Gesamtarchiv, microfilmed and digitized inventory), documents on the Jewish Community of Berlin; records from Jewish slave-labors in a Berlin factory, private records, among others.
An overview of the collections of the Archive can be found online: http://www.centrumjudaicum.de/cj-archiv/bestande.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10am - 4pm
Visits are possible with appointment (contact through post, telephone or email). Two reader printers are available for the use of microfilm / microfiche.
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