The text below is a translation of an article that appeared in Freies Wort on 26 November 2019.
See as well translation of article that appeared on 28 November 2019, after the laying of the Stolpersteine.
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“But it was neighbors, business partners, friends, playmates. They lived in our city as they did in almost all cities in Germany. The shiny brass stones [the Stolpersteine] that are embedded in the pavement of the footpaths are a reminder of this,” Barbara Morgenroth.
At 9 a.m. tomorrow, thirteen such Stolpersteine will be laid by the action artist Gunter Demnig in front of the last places of residence of Meta Krakauer (née Frankenberg), and the Grünbaum, Neuhaus, Frankenberg and Sander families, in Bahnhofstraße 23 and 36 and in Leninstraße 20. It is a special honor that Garry Meller of Australia, a descendant of the Grünbaum family, will be among the guests. During his stay in Themar, he plans to to follow in the footsteps of his ancestors in the Werra valley. State Secretary Babette Winter will also attend the ceremony as a guest and sponsor of two Stolpersteine. Students of the Anne Frank Regelschule and musician Renate Kubisch with her cello will accompany the ceremony.
Lecture on history
The association Themar Trifft Europe, organizer of the Stolpersteine installation, invites you to a small reception in the shop of the Morgenroth’s house and thanks everyone who has contributed to the financing of the stones. On the evening before the installation, a lecture on the history of the Jewish community of Themar will take place on Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Katharina Witter from the Meiningen State Archives will present a lecture about the beginnings, the special features of, and the end of the Themar Jewish community.