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Herrlingen, Germany, A sign on the wall of a Sukkah, 1937.

Herrlingen, Germany, A sign on the wall of a booth for Sukkot, - An album made by a Jewish girl, depicting Jewish life in the German town Herrlingen in the years

Dachau, Germany, April 1945, Survivors from the camp, after the liberation.

Dachau, Germany, April Survivors from the camp, after the liberation. It was amazing to visit Dachau when I studied abroad.

New Synagogue ~ Berlin, Germany

Berlin's Top 10 : Churches & Synagogues - Neue Synagoge Berlin’s largest synagogue, built originally in was demolished in World War II but completely reconstructed in Its magnificent dome is visible from afar.

Sweden, A children's home, Dov Kole near a Sukkah he built for Sukkot, after the war.

Sweden, A children's home, Dov Kole near a Sukkah he built for Sukkot, after the war.

Lodz, Poland, Men praying in a synagogue in the ghetto on Sukkot (a Jewish holiday), one of them is holding the traditional four species of plants.

Lodz, Poland, Men praying in a synagogue in the ghetto on Sukkot (a Jewish holiday), one of them is holding the traditional four species of plants. - A collection of photographs from the Lodz Ghetto in Poland.

Young people celebrating the Sukkot festival.

Young people celebrating the Sukkot festival.

Kalvarija, Lithuania, 1921, A group photograph at a the hachshara training camp, Sukkot, 1921. Kalvarija, Lithuania, 1921, A group photograph in the hachshara traing, Sukkot, 1921. From right to left at top: Batsheva Yashpan, Kadishai Yashpan, Chaim Levit from Dusetos, Chaim Kopelovitz from Uzpaliai, David Shur from Plunge, Chaviva Dagan from Kovno, Moshe Finkel from Utena, Yechiel. Seated: Dov Zingwel from Utena and Yosef Slep from Dusetos. All but Batsheva immigrated to Eretz Israel.

Kalvarija, Lithuania, 1921, A group photograph at a the hachshara training camp, Sukkot, 1921. Kalvarija, Lithuania, 1921, A group photograph in the hachshara traing, Sukkot, 1921. From right to left at top: Batsheva Yashpan, Kadishai Yashpan, Chaim Levit from Dusetos, Chaim Kopelovitz from Uzpaliai, David Shur from Plunge, Chaviva Dagan from Kovno, Moshe Finkel from Utena, Yechiel. Seated: Dov Zingwel from Utena and Yosef Slep from Dusetos. All but Batsheva immigrated to Eretz Israel.

Lodz, Poland, Men praying in a synagogue on Sukkot in the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, Men praying in a synagogue on Sukkot (a Jewish holiday) in the ghetto. - A collection of photographs from the Lodz Ghetto in Poland.

Mlawa, Poland, A conference during the Sukkot festival, 03/10/1928.

Mlawa, Poland, A conference during the Sukkot festival,

Wetzlar, Germany, Rabbi Issac Hertzberg speaking with Rabbi Eisen during Sukkot in the DP camp, postwar.

Wetzlar, Germany, Rabbi Issac Hertzberg speaking with Rabbi Eisen during Sukkot in the DP camp, postwar. - A collection containing 1601 photographs from DP Camps.

Wetzlar, Germany, Rabbi Issac Hertzberg on his way to synagogue during Sukkot in the DP camp, postwar.

Wetzlar, Germany, Rabbi Issac Hertzberg on his way to synagogue during Sukkot in the DP camp, postwar.

Lodz, Poland, A man selling the traditional four species of plants for Sukkot (a Jewish holiday) in a street in the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, A man selling the traditional four species of plants for Sukkot (a Jewish holiday) in a street in the ghetto.

Lodz, Poland, Booths in the ghetto during Sukkot (a Jewish holiday).

Lodz, Poland, Booths in the ghetto during Sukkot (a Jewish holiday).

Kolomyja, Poland, The Great Synagogue before it was burnt by the Nazi's on the last day of Sukkot, Hoshana Raba, 1942.

Kolomyja, Poland, The Great Synagogue before it was burnt by the Nazi's on the last day of Sukkot, Hoshana Raba,

Germany. A child reciting a blessing over the Four Species during Sukkot.

A child reciting a blessing over the Four Species during Sukkot.