University of Minnesota
Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies


Gallery III

An Art in Public Space Project by artists Renata Stih and Frider Schnock, Berlin, Germany.

Gallery I
Gallery II
Gallery III
Gallery IV

Jews Are Permitted to Use Public Transport for Work. Sept. 13, 1941. Complete Ban, April 24, 1942. Jews are Forbidden to Use Ticket Machines, June 26, 1942

U-Bahn Sign

Jewish Publishing Houses of Bookstores are to be Dissolved by the End of the Year. December 1938.

"F" Linotype Printing Stamp

At Bayerischer Platz Jews May Sit Only on Yellow Park Benches Eye Witness Report. 1939.

Red Park Bench

Jewish children are not permitted any school attendance. Nov. 15, 1938. Forbidden to visit Schools. June 20, 1942.

Child's Slate and Pencil

Jews are Excluded from Sports Groups. April 25, 1933

Football Field

Jews are no longer allowed to have household pets. Feb. 15, 1942.


Jews are restricted from entering certain parts of the city of Berlin. Dec. 3, 1938.

No entry sign.

Jewish Doctors may no longer practice. July 25, 1938


The Baptism and conversion of Jews to Christianity has no bearing on the issue of race. Oct. 4, 1938.

"Goblet" symbolic of church sacrament of Eucharist

Aryan and non-aryan children are not allowed to play together 1938

Hop Scotch

Senior Jewish Employees can be fired without notice of compensation. Nov. 12, 1938


Jews are forbidden from buying magazine and newspaper. Feb. 17, 1942

"Extrablatt" or "Special Edition"

Jews may no longer purchase soap and shaving cream. June 26, 1941


During an organized pogrom in 1938, many jews are murdered and Jewish shops and synagogues destroyed. Thousands are deported to camps.


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