Konzept zum Film: Zahor – Erinnere dichErstellt von Ludwig Peter
Thema: Erinnerung; “Jüdisches Leben in den letzten beiden Jahrhunderten: Migration – Flucht – Vertreibung – Auswanderung“
Ziel der Einheit (mindestens 2-3 Stunden):
⇨ Jüdisches Leben als Teil deutscher Geschichte begreifen
A lesson plan developed by 3 German teachers and translated by Yael Meisler, Israeli teacher. You can use this lesson plan while viewing the film, Zahor - Remember.
This is me, Tatiana Tilipman, during rowing on a speedboat. This photo was taken in Radebeul in 1946. It was a nice day in spring. My husband and I were on vacation on the Elbe, and he took this photo for the memory.
I, Rahmil Shmushkevich, after liberation from the camp. I have a medal of French partisans on my shirt. Photo made in Germany on 10 May 1945, Victory day.
My grandfather, my mother's father, Pyotr Borisovich Shwartzman. The picture was taken in Berlin, 1931.
I am Asta Grigorievna Pekker. I'm 72 years old. I was born in Berlin, in June 1929. I lived there for four and a half years. My parents and my grandfather and grandmother were Soviet citizens. With Hitler coming in 1933 the Soviet government called our family to Moscow at the end of the year.
My grandfather quit quietly all his official positions, and he lived and worked as if in a shadow until very old age.
Me, Asta Pekker, in my early childhood, with my mother, Selena Shwartzman-Pekker. The picture was taken in Berlin around 1930.
My mother, Selena Shwartzman-Pekker (first on the left) with her friends (I don't know their names). The picture was taken in Berlin, in 1928.
This picture was taken before my uncle, mother’s brother Adolf Fajner left Germany in the 1930s.
My uncle is second from left, and there are his friends, but I don’t know their names.
My mother's maiden name was Fajner. Her parents' names were Maurycy and Roza Fajner, but I don't know the maiden name of my grandmother.