Year 2008 appeared at the initiative of Dr. Manfred Schröter and the publisher of the title Steffen Iffland:
"History of the Jews in Nordhausen by Henry Stern". For this purpose, given the daughter of the author, Eva Slonitz geb. Stern in Baltimore (USA), their kind permission to. Even then it was planned, the title: The persecution of the Jews by Dr Nordhäuser. Manfred Schröter reprint. Dr. Schröter revised the book and was able to clarify further fates Nordhäuser Jews.
Through the federal program: "Promote tolerance - competence strengthen" the project was supported. Thus, the book is in 2 Readings presented and ca. 300 Books on Nordhäuser schools as class sets of 25 – 30 Each distributed. Through the support of the book could also be reduced price, so that this high quality book for only 14,90 Euro is available.
The book launch
In the packed auditorium of the Museum "flea Castle | The museum has Nordhausen "Now Dr. Manfred Schröter the 2. revised edition of his book, "The fate of the Jews between Nordhausen 1933 and 1945, "presented. The 1. Edition had Schröter the mid-1990s - issued - at that time he was mayor of the town of Nordhausen…
"The 1. Edition was sold out, they also contained some inaccuracies. And also due to the current and to the excellent 1. Support much broader research opportunities on the Internet, the revision was long overdue ", said Dr. Schröter at the presentation.
This has led 1. Book 450 Nordhäuser listed, according to the racial laws of the Nazis as Jews- or. so-called half-Jews were. "We were able to 2. Support the number of names on 525 "Increase, so Dr. Schröter. Based on the book, Schröter, whether it is also possible, to fulfill the desire of many survivors: To create a plaque with the names of all those Jews Nordhäuser, who were murdered during the Nazi era. Nordhausen culture Dezernentin Hannelore Hasse said the creation of such a plate. The appropriate City Council resolution is already taken.
Dr. Schröter thanked the 18-year-old Maximilian Schröter – Intern in the city's cultural office – for his assistance in researching and editing of the book. Maximilian read during the presentation along with the 19-year-old Franziska Raabe passages from the book.