About the research
"The city of Breslau became more and more a forbidden zone for the Jews. Only a few places remained for them. And one of these was the cemetery. It was here where Jewish life was concentrated at the end, it was the place where people went to sunbathe, children had to play, ..." Literature scholar Annelies Augustyns (VUB - UAntwerp - FWO) studied German-Jewish diaries from WWII for her doctorate. These offer a glimpse into the "everyday" life of Jews in the Third Reich.