Links & Literature

The links below either have direct relevance to the story of Themar, or are of general interest. Even though some are languages other than English, they are posted here because the visuals probably need no words.

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Themar Treffen/Meeting in Themar 2011
In May 2011, a group of family members + friends spent five days in Themar. The Thüringen television coverage captured our tour of the places where Jewish families lived and worked in Themar. The narrative is in German, but the visuals speak volumes.

Bezoek an Themar 1991/Visit to Themar 1991
This is an older video that was discovered by coincidence. It shows Themar only two years after the fall of the Wall.

The Extended Family of Themar

Stolpersteine in Bad Hersfeld: Bertha Nussbaum, née Oppenheim
Bertha Nussbaum was the wife of Sally Nussbaum and the sister-in-law of Clara Müller, née Nussbaum, of Themar.

Fred Amram, “We’re in America Now
Fred Amram, born Manfred Amram, in Hannover, is also part of the Nussbaum family and thus related to the Müllers of Themar. His website is full of stories of his memories of life.