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This workshop employed Jews during WWII. The information panels explain the difficulties of the Jewish community during the war, and how Otto Weidt was able to help and save some of his employees. Quick visit, but well made little museum.
There are the must see sights dedicated to the dark era of Germany: The Book Burning Memorial, Gleis 17, the Great Synagogue and others.
Whats special about this museum is the human aspect of the story. starting with the blind employees and hiding Jews during...More
Otto Weidt was unknown to me prior to my Berlin visit but I now realize how brave he was to help people. The museum is very small but you can see and understand the work he did to help blind citizens earn a living and...More
Well worth seeking out; you’ll need to look closely for the sign at the entrance of the yard in which the building is located. The museum marks the role of the factory owner who hid workers who would have been persecuted. There is a very...More