Use the opportunity to find out incredible stories from our professional guide! Explore Otto Weidt’s Workshop for the Blind where Weidt tried his best to save Jews from deportation by deliberately employing them. Walk through a working class district some 100 years ago that now is one of Berlin’s most modern neighborhoods.Do you know what is so specific about the Barn Quarter? Wander through the narrow streets of trendy shops and eateries and reach the then-called Spandauer Vorstadt where Berlin’s oldest Jewish cemetery is located. Discover Koppen Platz with its haunting Deportation Memorial. Finish the guided tour at the world famous New Synagogue.
Enjoy the expertise of your specialist local guide for a private walking tour in Venice. Discover the Jewish Ghetto and learn about the history.See surprising landmarks that few visitors ever discover.Walk the streets of the ghetto to understand Jewish history in Venice. See the Deportation Memorial, the Levantine Synagogue and the Jewish Museum of Venice.
Discover the little-known Jewish history of Bolzano in this 3-hour private tour. Learn about the Nazi occupation and concentration camp, from where started the very first deportation of Italian Jews to the German concentration camps. Visit the Jewish cemetery and learn about Bolzano's Jewish population that dates back to the 14th century, and their important role as bankers, merchants and mediators throughout the Middle Ages.
Join a small-group ( max 12 people) walking tour with a specialist local guide. Discover the Jewish Ghetto and learn about its history.See surprising landmarks that few visitors ever discover.Walk the streets of the ghetto to understand Jewish history in Venice. See the Deportation Memorial, the Levantine Synagogue and the Jewish Museum of Venice. Explore the old Ghetto district with artisan workshops, galleries, shops, and delis which is best explored at a leisurely pace.
Our WWII private tour focuses on the life of Paris under the 4 years Nazi occupation. Discover how Paris was ruled by the German troops, what were the Jewish question & policy, who took part in the 'French' Resistance and hear about the 5 day of the Battle and Liberation of Paris.Your guide are passionate and knowledgeable local experts who will make History come to life, sharing family memories and local stories that go way beyond simple facts and figures.During this tour, you'll cover different subjects such as : Paris City Hall & German occupationJewish families & Holocaust memorialFrench Resistance & Deportation memorialBattle of Paris & Liberation Day in August 1944
As the hit Irish legal drama returns, solicitor Tara Rafferty (Amy Huberman, The Clinic) is embattled but not beaten. She has built a new life for herself after leaving her cheating fiancé, Eric (Rory Keenan, War & Peace), and the high-powered law firm where they both worked. But with one of her employees betraying her and another in jail, she struggles to keep her fledgling practice afloat. Convinced that her former boss Eric s scheming father is behind it all, Tara decides to strike back. To pay the bills, Tara takes on clients whose legal problems range from deportation, to divorce from a bigamist, to a lawsuit against a convent. As she frequently faces off against Eric and her former colleagues in court, Tara s mentor Vincent (Neil Morrissey, Line of Duty) leads a high-level corruption inquiry that could endanger them both. The stellar cast also features Emmet Byrne (Burning Wishes), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Utopia), and Maria Doyle Kennedy (The Commitments) as a formidable solicitor.
- Visit places that represent and pay tribute to the victims of WWII as well as to all the Jewish community of Amsterdam. - Go to the world famous Tuschinski theatre and find out how the cinema and the Jewish community are connected. - Follow the historical trail to visit The Portuguese Synagogue and the Jewish Museum. Throughout your whole private experience, you'll hear interesting facts and stories about the Jewish community and Anne Frank. And ask away! Your knowledgeable guide has a vast understanding of the subject and can answer your questions in a blink!Go back in time at the Hollandsche Schouwburg. Hear about the Jewish community hotspot which used to be here, later transformed into a deportation center by the Germans in 1942. Along the way, you'll visit the Auschwitz Memorial.Follow the 'Stolpersteine': cobblestones that commemorate Jewish victims of the Holocaust and that will take you to Anne Frank's House, our last point.
Army Of Saviours (unter Bauern) is based on the memories of Marga spiegel. In her narrative, published in 1965, she describes how courageous farmers in southern Münsterland hid her, her husband Siegfried (named Menne) and their little daughter Karin from 1943 until 1945, thus saving them from deportation to the extermination camps in the East. The film tells this story of survival with a sense for the absurd in daily life and not without the typical westphalian humor. Without reservation, the farmers offer the refugees their protection. That this turns them into heroes would never occur to them. They are used to weathering even dangerous situations somehow, guided only by their instinct and century-old code of ethics. They risk their own lives, and, if necessary, even that of their families. There is never a discussion about friendship, reliability, humanity. In Yad Vashem the farmers’ names are immortalized: Heinrich Aschof, Hubert Pentrop, Bernhard Südfeld, Heinrich Silkenböhmer, Bernhard Sickmann. The film Army Of Saviours wants to create a memorial in honor of these silent heroes.
Learn more about Anne Frank & the Jewish History in this Private Tour!Travel back in time with us to the 16th century when Amsterdam became the safe place for Jewish families fleeing from Southern and Eastern Europe. Wander with our private guide through the Jewish quarter and see some famous landmarks. Hear the awful stories of families in WWII that were hiding for the German army. Learn about Anne Frank and feel the tense atmosphere from the period of the war. Join us inside the Hollandse Schouwburg, the old theatre that was used for the deportation of thousands of Jews. And explore the beautiful Jewish district, seen as one of the most unique parts of the city centre of Amsterdam. Also, see the Westerkerk and the Anne Frank House from the outside.At the end of the tour, you have the chance to get inside the Anne Frank house with a ticket with a timeslot purchased on the website of Anne Frank House (10 euro each). We will advise how to get your ticket, even last minute we almost have a 100% chance to get inside. You will visit the Anne Frank House on your own, it is not allowed to guide inside. In 4 hours you will see and learn a lot about the Jewish history of Amsterdam.