Belgium, Germany and Israel

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After all the covid restrictions, the opportunity to travel finally presented itself in the autumn of 2021.
In Ypres, Belgium, I had the opportunity to see the famous museum In Flanders Fields, whose attractive exhibition was prepared by British specialists Event Communications, who are also responsible for the museum exhibition of the Polin Jewish Museum in Warsaw.
In Germany, I met again with the director Jewish Museum Berlin, Mrs. Hetty Berg, who will be one of the members of our International Advisory Board, and of course he thoroughly toured the entire museum with the exhibition modern not only in design but in concept. Much has been written elsewhere about the phenomenal combination of the multimedia exhibit with Daniel Libeskind's architecture.
I also had talks with the Czech Ambassador to Germany, Mr.Tomáš Kafka, and with Michaela Küchler from the German Foreign Ministry, who has Czech ancestry but is also the Special Representative for relations with Jewish organizations, Holocaust commemoration and the fight against anti-Semitism.
In Jerusalem I met with Daniel Silberklang and Dan Michman from the museum Yad Vashem and Markéta Pnina Younger from the Central Archives of the History of the Jewish People. I visited Beit Theresienstadt and thoroughly explored what is probably the most modern Jewish museum in existence. ANU ("We") in Tel Aviv.

Martin Reiner

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