The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS)

The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) Founded in 1892, AJHS is one of the world's oldest historical societies. AJHS is one of the oldest organizations of its kind. Founded in the year of the 400th anniversary of Columbus's voyage to the New World, its purpose was to demonstrate through historical scholarship the claim of Jews to full membership in American society.
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To this end it supported publications and lectures for researchers who at that time had no institutional support, as Jewish historians, in mainstream colleges and universities. Today AJHS still supports scholarship through its Academic Council (comprised of most of the leading scholars in the field), its journal "American Jewish History," its public programing, and exhibitions. But mainly AJHS is a great research center, holding the largest collection of primary source materials on all aspects of American Jewish History (alongside the other great archive, American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati).

To this end it supported publications and lectures for researchers who at that time had no institutional support, as Jewish historians, in mainstream colleges and universities. Today AJHS still supports scholarship through its Academic Council (comprised of most of the leading scholars in the field), its journal "American Jewish History," its public programing, and exhibitions. But mainly AJHS is a great research center, holding the largest collection of primary source materials on all aspects of American Jewish History (alongside the other great archive, American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati).

Mission: We preserve precious records, support scholars, and inform the public about the contributions of American Jews.

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We are thrilled to announce this year’s Emma Lazarus Virtual Benefit & Dinner honorees - the Weiler-Arnow family! The st...
09/23/2020

We are thrilled to announce this year’s Emma Lazarus Virtual Benefit & Dinner honorees - the Weiler-Arnow family! The story of how this family immigrated to America, built a real estate empire, and created a legacy of community and philanthropy is uplifting and inspiring. Learn more about our honorees: https://ajhs.org/virtualgala2020

The Emma Lazarus Virtual Benefit & Dinner is coming up on October 7! Mark your calendars & stay tuned for more details. ...
09/23/2020

The Emma Lazarus Virtual Benefit & Dinner is coming up on October 7! Mark your calendars & stay tuned for more details. We’re excited to celebrate our honorees and welcome guests - virtually - from around the country. More info + tickets here: https://ajhs.org/virtualgala2020

We are so excited for todays program and we hope you are too! Catch it live on our page today 9/22 at 1pm, or w...
09/22/2020

We are so excited for todays program and we hope you are too! Catch it live on our page today 9/22 at 1pm, or watch it on your own time on the AJHSNYC YouTube page starting on 9/23: http://ow.ly/lzRp50BuWPK

The AJHS virtual gala invitations have been sent! Check your mailboxes (physical and virtual) for your invitation, or vi...
09/21/2020

The AJHS virtual gala invitations have been sent! Check your mailboxes (physical and virtual) for your invitation, or visit our website for more information. This new year we are looking forward to strengthening bonds with our community and forging new connections. We welcome you to join our virtual gala for a night of inspiring stories and poems; highlighting important moments in American and American Jewish History.
Shana Tova from AJHS! https://ajhs.org/virtualgala2020

Correspondence and connecting with our loved ones is front of mind these days for the High Holidays. In the spirit of ou...
09/21/2020

Correspondence and connecting with our loved ones is front of mind these days for the High Holidays. In the spirit of our next Live from the Archives program we wanted to share this telegram dated September 1946 from Ted Williams to Hank Greenberg. Williams is congratulating Greenberg for being the American League home run and RBI leader for the season - oh, and he's also asking for his baseball bat back! Sign up for the program: https://ajhs.org/programs
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Text reads: Congratulations Hank I think you're in. If you any open day can send my bat back to Fenway Park for a day or two this week would greatly appreciate it. If you haven't I would like to borrow the bat for use in the world series. Can pick it up in Detroit on way to Saint Louis if we play Cardinals. If it's Brooklyn please send the bat back collect to Fenway Park. Your come back one of the finest I've ever known you deserve the best sincerely Ted Williams.

Tashlikh- תשליך- "To cast off."For Rosh Hashanah some choose to observe the practice of Tashlikh, depicted here on this ...
09/20/2020

Tashlikh- תשליך- "To cast off."
For Rosh Hashanah some choose to observe the practice of Tashlikh, depicted here on this early 20th century postcard for the new year. Bits of bread or pebbles are cast into flowing water as a symbol of releasing events or sins from the past year, with the hope that the new year can start fresh.

09/19/2020

A year ago on September 18th, when she asked who her role models were growing up, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg shared how she had been inspired by the lives and work of Emma Lazarus and Henrietta Szold as a young girl - both of whose papers are at AJHS.
We mourn the loss of RBG, a role model to so many. Her life, values and achievements will continue to inspire us.

09/18/2020

This high holiday season will be filled with firsts for many - from our first Rosh Hashanah service streamed in our homes to our first sukkot dinners served within our virtual sukkahs. Thank you for being part of our community - and for helping us preserve not only the stories of our ancestors, but the stories of today. The memories and archives from this year will help tell the story of these unprecedented times and extraordinary resilience for generations to come. Shana Tova from all of us here at AJHS!

What does baseball have to do with the High Holidays? And what do Hank Greenberg, Sandy Koufax, and the 1986 New York Me...
09/17/2020

What does baseball have to do with the High Holidays? And what do Hank Greenberg, Sandy Koufax, and the 1986 New York Mets have in common? Join us on September 22nd at 1pm EST to find out! Dr. Jeffrey Gurock of Yeshiva University and Melanie Meyers, our Director of Collections of Engagement, discuss baseball, religious observance and more, including the AJHS baseball memorabilia collection. Sign up here: https://ajhs.org/programs
#ajhsnyc #baseball #yomkippur

Try this historic recipe for Apple Sauce Cake from 1918, as seen in our 4th episode of Live From the Archives: Rosh Hash...
09/10/2020

Try this historic recipe for Apple Sauce Cake from 1918, as seen in our 4th episode of Live From the Archives: Rosh Hashanah Recipes! You'll find it's just as delicious and tasty as rich fruit cake, which is so difficult to prepare, and it's much more budget friendly. Sarah Lohman @fourpoundsflour guides you though in a new post on blog- http://ow.ly/zqHi50BmlL4

Join us tomorrow at 1pm ET for the 4th episode of LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES! We are stepping outside the stacks, and onto t...
09/07/2020

Join us tomorrow at 1pm ET for the 4th episode of LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES! We are stepping outside the stacks, and onto the streets of the Lower East Side to discover the ways in which our collections illuminate the constant reinvention of high holiday celebrations in the city of New York. We will then venture home as culinary historian Sarah Lohman @fourpoundsflour live streams from her kitchen and demonstrates a sweet recipe, fit for the New Year, from our cookbook collection. Sign up here: http://ow.ly/ENgc50BhvBD

When postcards were invented in the late 19th century, they became a wildly popular way of sending new years greetings f...
09/04/2020

When postcards were invented in the late 19th century, they became a wildly popular way of sending new years greetings for Rosh Hashanah. The most popular, and prolific artist of early 20th century Yiddish new year’s cards was Polish artist Haim Goldberg. Goldberg made colorized postcards, like the one pictured below, by first photographing actors in costume and then painting over the images. The final touch was usually a rhyming Yiddish greeting. Many of the cards have images of luck, romantic love, business, and also inventions in science and technology. Looking through the AJHS collections we have dozens of these cards, some were used by Jewish immigrants to send to family still in Europe, but others had be purchased to send to family only a few neighborhoods away in New York City. We hope you send lots of letters and postcards this September, to friends and family near and far!

The image below is of the first Yiddish cookbook published in America.  In 1901 Hinda Amchanitzky self-published this "M...
09/03/2020

The image below is of the first Yiddish cookbook published in America. In 1901 Hinda Amchanitzky self-published this "Manual of How to Cook and Bake," featuring recipes for Russian Jewish dishes as well as some influenced by her travels. Amchanitzky made her living as a chef in Europe before immigrating to the United States in 1895, where she eventually opened several restaurants in the Lower East Side. The AJHS collections feature many historic cookbooks just like Hindas! One of which Culinary historian Sarah Lohman will be cooking from on our next Live from the Archives Program: Tues, 9/8 at 1pm ET. http://ow.ly/ywVv50Bgbhd

At the turn of the 20th century, the Lower East Side was the largest Jewish city in the world, and one of the most crowd...
09/02/2020

At the turn of the 20th century, the Lower East Side was the largest Jewish city in the world, and one of the most crowded. As Jewish immigrants adapted to American streets and American ways, they brought their customs with them. They performed tashlikh on the Williamsburg Bridge, and transformed movie theatres into synagogues. On this episode of LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES we step outside the stacks, and onto the streets of the Lower East Side to discover the ways in which our collections illuminate the constant reinvention of high holiday celebrations in the city of New York. We will then venture home as culinary historian Sarah Lohman live streams from her kitchen and demonstrates a sweet recipe, fit for the New Year, from our cookbook collection. Sign up: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=rW4ZgRFpLE6uvV3_0jAnW19uZE7xyZhOrzmOooiCsCFUN1lKVVJYMUZON01KUjNaSFg3QjZTWk5FUC4u

Live-streaming on our page today at 1pm EST!*The Moses Family were one of the most prominent New York Jewish me...
08/25/2020

Live-streaming on our page today at 1pm EST!
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The Moses Family were one of the most prominent New York Jewish merchant families of the late 18th and 19th century. Dr. Laura Leibman recently uncovered a fascinating story behind the immigration and migration that contributed to their multiracial identity, using collections from the AJHS archives. Join us on August 25 as we take a close look at two ivory miniatures, engage in conversation with Professor Leibman, and learn about life in early 19th century Barbadoes, London, and New York City. Melanie Meyers, Director of. Collections will then share how AJHS acquired the objects---its own story that sheds light on turn-of-the- twentieth century New York Jews and the Society's early days.

The Moses Family were one of the most prominent New York Jewish merchant families of the late 18th and 19th century. Dr....
08/20/2020

The Moses Family were one of the most prominent New York Jewish merchant families of the late 18th and 19th century. Dr. Laura Leibman recently uncovered a fascinating story behind the immigration and migration that contributed to their multiracial identity, using collections from the AJHS archives. Join us on August 25 as we take a close look at two ivory miniatures, engage in conversation with Professor Leibman, and learn about life in early 19th century Barbadoes, London, and New York City. Melanie Meyers, Director of. Collections will then share how AJHS acquired the objects---its own story that sheds light on turn-of-the- twentieth century New York Jews and the Society's early days. Join us Tuesday, Aug. 25th at 1pm! https://www.ajhs.org/programs

"Teaching this class has shown me the power of giving students a voice by telling them that what they see, feel, hear, a...
08/20/2020

"Teaching this class has shown me the power of giving students a voice by telling them that what they see, feel, hear, and experience in the world matters."
** Kylie Unell writes about her experience as an AJHS educator this summer facilitating poetry workshops for students across NYC in conjunction with the Fresh Air Fund and Educational Alliance. Teaching through the story of Emma Lazarus and her seminal New Colossus poem, young writers explored their own interpretations of the New Colossus, and the Statue of Liberty's meaning in the modern era and this historical moment. You can read Kylie's blog post here: https://ajhs.org/blog/writing-command-inspiring-next-generation-poets

The Moses Family were one of the most prominent New York Jewish merchant families of the late 18th and 19th century. Dr....
08/18/2020

The Moses Family were one of the most prominent New York Jewish merchant families of the late 18th and 19th century. Dr. Laura Leibman recently uncovered a fascinating story behind the immigration and migration that contributed to their multiracial identity, using collections from the AJHS archives. Join us on August 25 as we take a close look at two ivory miniatures, engage in conversation with Professor Leibman, and learn about life in early 19th century Barbadoes, London, and New York City. Melanie Meyers, Director of. Collections will then share how AJHS acquired the objects---its own story that sheds light on turn-of-the- twentieth century New York Jews and the Society's early days. Join us next week! Sign up for the livestream link here: http://ow.ly/1YBc50B2LLS

Over 500,000 American Jews fought in WWII, and the experience transformed the soldiers as well as the broader American J...
08/11/2020

Over 500,000 American Jews fought in WWII, and the experience transformed the soldiers as well as the broader American Jewish community. Today at 2pm EST Live from the Archives: GI Jews. Watch live on our page!

Join us tomorrow at 2pm EST for our Live from the Archives: GI Jews program. At the archive we'll explore artifacts used...
08/10/2020

Join us tomorrow at 2pm EST for our Live from the Archives: GI Jews program. At the archive we'll explore artifacts used for service in the field. We'll also draw on the expertise of historian Deborah Dash Moore author of "GI Jews: How World War II Changed a Generation". Director of Collections Melanie Meyers will reveal the 83,000 cards created by the National Jewish Welfare Board (pictured here). Visit the link in our bio to join online!

Have you ever made a recipe from the 1870's? Students in our COVID-19 Fellowship Class with @jcpdowntown have been resea...
08/06/2020

Have you ever made a recipe from the 1870's? Students in our COVID-19 Fellowship Class with @jcpdowntown have been researching their family histories together over Zoom and learning more about the many facets of American Jewish history-- including food history. They tried their hands at recipes from vegetable soup to macaroons from Mrs. Esther Levy's 1871 cookbook.

If you'd like to try your hand at a recipe, this cookbook is fully digitized and can be found in our archives (search.cjh.org)
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07/29/2020
LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES: Emma Lazarus' Red Notebook

Emma Lazarus handwrote her work here in the mid-1880s, and while we typically turn to page 1 to study “The New Colossus,” this time we’ll turn to page 2 to study “Progress & Poverty.” Initially published in the New York Times, Lazarus wrote the poem after reading labor activist and journalist Henry George’s 526-page economic analysis, Progress & Poverty. Join Executive Director, Dr. Annie Polland and AJHS Director of Collections and Engagement, Melanie Meyers for a live show that draws on the perspectives of Professor Schor, historian Ed O’Donnell, author of Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age, and others, as you discover more facets to Lazarus’s work.

Today @1pm LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES!  Our inaugural episode focuses on a lesser known poem in Emma Lazarus' Red Manuscript...
07/28/2020

Today @1pm LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES! Our inaugural episode focuses on a lesser known poem in Emma Lazarus' Red Manuscript, “Progress & Poverty." Join Executive Director, Dr. Annie Polland and AJHS Director of Collections and Engagement, Melanie Meyers for a live show that draws on the perspectives of Professor Schor, historian Ed O’Donnell, author of Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age, and others, as you discover more facets to Lazarus’s work. We will be live-streaming this program on the AJHS page: The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS).

Tomorrow we launch our first program in a new series: LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES!  Our inaugural episode focuses on a lesser...
07/27/2020

Tomorrow we launch our first program in a new series: LIVE FROM THE ARCHIVES! Our inaugural episode focuses on a lesser known poem in Emma Lazarus' Red Manuscript, “Progress & Poverty.” Written by Lazarus after reading labor activist and journalist Henry George’s book of the same title. The book prompted an awakening in Lazarus and her subsequent letter to George revealed a newly realized sense of responsibility; “For once prove the indisputable truth of your ideas, and no person who prizes justice or common honesty can dine or sleep or read or work in peace until the monstrous wrong in which we are all accomplices be done away with.”
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This program will offer participants an opportunity to see documents close up, and pose questions directly to AJHS Executive Director, Dr. Annie Polland, AJHS Director of Collections and Engagement, Melanie Meyers, Professor Esther Schor, and historian Ed O’Donnell.
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This program is free and will be livestreamed via the AJHS page, Tuesday July 28th at 1pm (ET).

07/22/2020

Today we celebrate the birthday of Emma Lazarus - a woman who challenged social conventions, and used her voice, pen and actions to advance her ideas. We want you to pick up the pen and answer the question: "If you could write a poem for the Statue of Liberty and America today - what would you say?"

Deadline to submit your poem is August 15th!
https://ajhs.org/emma-lazarus-project-poetry-contest

07/16/2020
Virtual Class: Soapbox Yoga Video

We invite you and your family to take part in Soapbox Yoga! This 25 minute video teaches children how, by connecting with our bodies we can feel strong and better prepared to stand up for what we believe in. Learn about activist Emma Lazarus, and the Soapbox speakers of Union Square. Be inspired by the Statue of Liberty! This video was made possible thanks to a generous grant from PJ Library. Please visit PJLibrary.org.
https://youtu.be/MeWNW6ZMZXs

A key part of activism – is to take action and be active. This virtual series uniquely blends storytelling and physical movement, and connects families in re...

07/08/2020
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

On July 4th, representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shared this moving video of NY-14 constituents reciting Emma Lazarus's "The New Colossus."

We want to hear from you - If you could write a poem for the Statue of Liberty and America today, what would you say? Enter our national poetry contest, and have your poem preserved within the archives of AJHS!

Hearing constituents from NY-14 recite the words on the Statue of Liberty "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free..." reminds me what makes this nation great: its people.

Moe Berg played for four professional baseball teams over the course of a 15 year career, however baseball really seemed...
07/05/2020

Moe Berg played for four professional baseball teams over the course of a 15 year career, however baseball really seemed secondary to his love of learning. America's pastime often came in second in terms of his professional aspirations- on at least two occasions, he opted to skip spring training in favor of European travel and/or academic work. Then came the attack on Pearl Harbor, and Moe Berg decided to do his part for the war effort. First working for the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs (OIAA), and then moving to the O.S.S.
We know you must be missing summer sports, so we turned to our archives to look at the athlete stories found there. To read the full blog: https://ajhs.org/blog/pining-sports-reliving-greats-moe-berg
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15 W 16th St
New York, NY
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There is a parking lot directly across from the Center for Jewish History. There is no street parking during business hours. Close to Union Square and the 4, 5, 6, N, R, Q, and L trains and the F train at 14th and 6th Avenue.

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AJHS is a fully independent organization, but we are also part of a group of archives and museums housed at the Center for Jewish History, on W. 16th St. in Manhattan. The other partners are the YIVO Institute (Eastern European Jews), the Leo Baeck Institute (German and Central European Jewry), the American Sephardi Federation (Jews of Iberian descent), and the Yeshiva University Museum, which exhibits Jewish art and artifacts from all periods. Collectively, the Center for Jewish History (CJH) with its four major archives, is one of the largest Jewish research resources in the world.

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Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
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Friday 09:00 - 16:00

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DID THE JEWISH MESSIAH COME? In Isaiah 53 says God's servant would die for our sins. Isaiah 53 the clearest prophecy about The Messiah' atoning for our sins. But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement for our peace was upon Him, And by His stripes we are healed. Isaiah 53:5. He was wounded and crushed for our sins. He was beaten that we might have peace. He was whipped for our healing,so we can be healed in the name of The Messiah. In the Bible says, But your iniquities have separated between you and your God, Isaiah 59:2. We have all done bad things, Cheating,lying and stealing, which the Bible calls “sin.” The Bible says, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Also the Bible says For the wages of sin is death.Romans 6:23. We can't earn salvation, by doing works of the Torah and by doing a good deeds. There is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved!”Acts 4:12. The God of the Israel sent the one and only son his name is Yeshua. Yeshua(Jesus) The Messiah became our spotless and sinless Passover Lamb. He came to live a blameless life, suffer and die, and be rose from the Dead. He was the perfect Blood Sacrifice for the Sins of all people. If you repent (turn away from your sins) put all your trust in Yeshua The Messiah then you will be forgiven. “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16. How to Accept Jesus Into Your Life. The Bible says there is one way to Heaven. Yeshua said: "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man comes to the father except through me. John 14:6. Dear Lord Yeshua, I know that I am a sinner, and I ask for Your forgiveness. I believe You died for my sins and rose from the dead. I turn from my sins and invite You to come into my heart and life. I want to trust and follow You as my Lord and Savior in the name of Yeshua,Amen
📣Keridos amigos de la AJHS!! Esta semana vos partajamos el dalkavo video de muestro amigo 👨#BenniAguado. En este video vos desha una demanda a toda la komunita,👵👶🎶 una melodia ke su nona le kantava kuando manseviko i de la kuala solo se akodra de una parte...... Podesh abediguarle a topar el titolo? 🧐
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NEW DOCUMENTARY REVEALS A HIDDEN SHOAH STORY Dear friends, It is an honor for me to be at the forefront of a story tradition that belongs uniquely to children of Holocaust survivors. Thank you for inviting us to tell you more: It is a special privilege to follow one son of survivors on a journey to trace his inherited trauma in my documentary, The Presence of Their Absence. Armed with only scant clues from his late parents, Fred Zaidman ventures into the unknown to tell his story for this first time. With helpers in Poland, Israel, Germany, and an unlikely source – a Baptist minister in Atlanta - Fred finds his roots in the ashes of the Shoah. Yad Vashem has called The Presence of Their Absence “a film for the ages”. We are delighted it has just come to Digital HD on iTunes and your other platforms: https://itunes.apple.com/…/the-presence-of-the…/id 1449946652 - The link includes the trailer. Also try: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Presence-Their-Absence-Fred-Zaidman/dp/B07P1C57FL I hope you will view the film, send your thoughts, and consider sharing your personal stories via our private email address on our website (thepresenceoftheirabsence.com), as we plan a new film on trans-generational trauma. With gratitude, Donna Kanter and team
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Mengele-orchestrated experiments on children in modern camps in Austria. 2019 eng-ge ENG: Psychopaths and maniacs in Austria perform experiments on children. Well-organized and highly developed maniacal practice exercised on children. Maltreatment, violence, subjugation, persecution, blackmail, long-term threats in which everyone participates. Maniacs use chemicals as the safest weapon in their hands and apply them directly in all institutions where children are staying, in schools, social service, psychologist, children’s representative. CHILDREN ARE VICTIMS, HOSTAGES AND WITNESSES OF VIOLENCE EXERCISE ON THEM. They use- VergiftungPENTATOL-Natriumpentotal- -RUFENOL-MEMORY Rohypnol (flunitrazerpam) - various viruses - various cocktails of chemical agents They have been performing Mengele-orchestrated experiments on children over a long period of time. The chemical action on a minor child has been repeatedly exercised with the attempt to change the will and character, and in order to forcibly deter the child’s willingness. There are camps for children, a modern variant, as an illusion of freedom, with several smaller outposts. They try to cover everything well. They use all the basement experience of the maniacs from the past (Natasa campus, Josef Fritzl), as well as trauma victims who have been investigated, examined and applied to other children designated to be victims. They cause intentional addiction, psychological and mental disorders, disability, heart problems, traumas and suffering. Everything is being studied, monitored, recorded and depending on the situation, maniacs continue to exert their practice on the victims, because such a situation has been made as modern slavery that does not seem to be slavery at first sight, and allows violators to act during an unlimited period of time. The drugc control was taken over by the Hospital Rosenhugel, specializing in the control of victims – legal - their behaviour as victims and hostages of the system. In the hospital, victims are abused legally, drugged, blackmailed and controlled. Children are persecuted and maltreated where the sick mother of children does not understand this, and sometimes works for tyrants and in their interest. Maniacs in Austria have completely ruined extremely clever and intelligent children during the planned and organized crime. They continue with these criminal activities. Freedom for children. Maniacs do not give up, because the children’s rescue would mean their defeat and children as witnesses are dangerous for them. Children are abused cruelly. On 16th June 2017, doctors did not want to do urine analysis, knowing that children had been drugged. Everyone takes part in the project. The agony of children lasts for more than 3 years now. The tyrants do not intend to give up. The lives of the children are endangered. There is a possibility of revenge on children postponed by viruses, endangering of lives by created diseases. ABANDONING OF CHILDREN’S CAMPS. Children must leave Austria urgently. Help in saving children is needed. germany RESPONSIBLE: Verantwortlich Martin Balek -Kinderbeistand-Vertreter der Kinder, Psychologe 2015 Herbst-schreibt Briefe im Namen der Kinder, die Idee wurde vom Wahnsinnigen Josef Fritzl übernommen Doris Esiserme Payer, 2. Bezirk JUGENDAMT-Sozialamt/hat die Gewalt gegen die Tochter am 8.9.2016 anerkannt Die Leiterin des Sozialamts der 20. Gemeinde-Sager/nehmen am Verbrechen bewusst teil Memoli Koordinator, der Anreger des Verbrechens, wartet auf seine Chance seit 10 Jahren, Entführung meiner Tochter-2. Bezirk Sozialamt Stefanie Puter-20. Bezirk Sozialamt-Missbrauch der Lage im Namen der Polizei. Unterzeichnet das falsche Dokument Strauch-20. Bezirk Jugendamt – hat den Sohn am 17.10.2017 misshandelt Kleine Sperlgasse 2a 1020 Wien Schule-Schule, speziell Inspiration für Gewalttäter Die Direktorin Nikoline Bösch-hat unbekannten Personen ermöglicht die Räumlichkeiten der Schule zu betreten, die Tochter wurde mehrmals mit Drogen betäubt Die Lehrerin Klaudia Kunzl – wurde abberufen Sept. 2017/Zeugin Hort Frau Heider-Nachmittagsunterricht, abberufen, hat die Gewalttätigkeit gegen die Tochter am 26.02.2016 ermöglicht Der Pädagoge Robert Bischop-hat die Tochter aus dem Unterricht weggeführt, zur Misshandlung mittwochs 2016/17 -Die Lehrerin Kalenda, seit Sept. 2017 Mittäterin Schulsozialarbeiterin Wihllida-Mittäterin Gericht Leopoldstadt 2 Bezirk Wien-die Haupttäter-das Gericht, steuern das Verbrechen direkt gegen Kinder Richter Christoph Helfensdörfer-Organisator 1, in Zusammenarbeit mit Memoli Richterin Christina Kopp-Organisator 2 – falsches Ausweisen am 23. Januar 2018 im Namen von Martina Eck Richter X – 8.8.2017 im Namen von Martina Eck- falsches Ausweisen – es wird der Name des Richters geführt, der nicht im Termin ist, sondern eine andere Person und führt das Gespräch mit mir Irene Gutmann – Sekretär des Gerichts-Verdeckung der Dokumente, Beweise Gerichtliche Hilfe FGH-klinische Experten der Psychologie?! gefälschte, montierte Berichte FGH April 2015 – Mag. Katharina Mabyeka-Eisenrigler, Mag. Kathrin, Czap-haben mir chemische Mittel in das Wasser gestreut, beim Gespräch, zum Zweck der Kompromittierung Herbst 2017 FGH-. Mag. Magdalene Beneder, Mag. Christian Reinthaler-falsche Berichte Upc Firma-Gerald Schrack-Druck auf den traumatisierten Sohn-Erpressungen für den Arbeitsplatz, dass er Anweisungen der Gewalttäter befolgt und die österreichische Staatsbürgerschaft annimmt. unbekannte Namen der Personen – Vergifter, bewegen sich am Einsatzort Konsulin Svetlana Stankovic-Mittäterin aus eigenem Interesse, hat den Gewalttätern in der destruktiven Wirkung dem Sohn gegenüber geholfen. Rosenhügel Krankenhaus Pavillon C – Verdeckung des Verbrechens und Kontrolle der Opfer, Geisel Davorka Ceovic – Anwältin-hat mitgewirkt Slavisa Zezelj-Privilegierter-Mitarbeiter Keine Reaktion: Mittäterschaft MA 11 Rüdengasse 11-Johannes Köhler Mag. Gundula Sayouni – BMFJ Chefon Petric bmfj Polizei Leopoldgasse 1020 Wien Polizei LPD Wien STAATSANWALTSCHAFT Volksanwaltschaft Landgericht ZRS Wien-Vpräs Dr.Beatrix Engelmann Ombuzmann-Landgericht Wien Share information Manojlo Stanojevic;1200 ,Wien,Österreich: