Founded in 1990, the archive of the New Synagogue Berlin – Centrum Judaicum Foundation contains records and collection material from Jewish communities, associations, organizations and private individuals. In the future, the archive plans to continue gathering and processing further collections and documents.

Our archive contains Judaic references/themes from the entire former German Reich (before 1945). The focus of the archives after 1945 is on Berlin and the newly-formed German states. The archive follows the former General Archive of the German Jews with regard to collection priorities. General Archive files that survived in Germany are part of the archive collection.

The Centrum Judaicum archive currently comprises a total of 400 running meters of archive and collection material, approximately 2,500 microfilms and over 10,300 microfiches.

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