Until February 26th, 2023 at the Jewish Museum of Augsburg
This exhibition traces the diversity of Jewish life in Ukraine over the last hundred years. From the shtetl life of the 1920s and the intercultural encounters, shaken by the political events of the time, to the massacres during the Shoah and the cultural and political challenges of the Soviet era, to the present war. Indeed, the Jewish community is largely made up of people from the Ukraine. The diversity of Ukrainian Jewish life and its connection to Germany in general and Augsburg in particular is therefore highlighted. The exhibition was created with the help of Ukrainian researchers Daria Reznyk and Andrii Shestaliuk.