A Seemingly Unremarkable Street: Pharmacist Ernst Boehringer, for whom this street is named, became a member of the SA in 1933, rising to the rank of Obersturmbannführer, or Lieutenant Colonel, by 1943.
No Explanatory Plaque: Chemist Richard Kuhn not only denounced Jewish colleagues but his research on nerve agents and poison gas was used by the Nazi regime in concentration camps.
Maria Grengg Gasse: The dead-end residential street in Liesing has an explanatory plaque, but one that gives the impression that Grengg’s Nazi past is merely some minor detail.
Boehringer Gasse in Vienna
Estate of Worship: Construction began on Sir Moses Montefiore?s synagogue in 1831.
The synagogue in Skopje serves a community of just over 100 Jews.
Reminder of Past: The Jewish cemetery in the Kosovo capital of Pristina is one of the few reminders of Jewish life in the predominantly ethnic Albanian town.