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Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: ‬09:00-17:00

Fridays and Holiday eves: ‬09:00-14:00

Yad Vashem is closed on Saturdays and all Jewish Holidays.

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Embroidered cloth matzah dish that Albert Baer received from his family before leaving Germany in 1939

Embroidered cloth matzah dish that Albert Baer received from his family before leaving Germany in 1939

Albert-Avraham Baer and Thea-Devorah Faber on their wedding day, Germany, 1937

Holegrasch ceremony on the occasion of Ruth Baer's birth. This naming and blessing ceremony was customary amongst German Jews. Rheinbrohl, Germany, 1938

Karolina Wolf is seated center, holding her great-granddaughter Ruth.
First row, from right: Albert Baer (Ruth's father's uncle), Albert Baer (Ruth's father), Adela Faber (Ruth's maternal grandmother), Elinora Wolf, Katrina Baer (Ruth's paternal grandmother) and Thea (Ruth's mother)
Second row, from right: Bernhard Baer and Gunter Faber (Ruth's uncles), Moritz-Moshe Baer (Ruth's paternal grandfather), Solomon Gottfried Wolf (Ruth's great-grandfather) and Lina Levy (Ruth's paternal aunt)
Top row, from right: Rosa Baer and Gertrude Wolf
Four out of the 15 survived: Albert, Thea-Devorah, their daughter Ruth and Bernhard. All the other people in the photograph were murdered.

Four generations of women from the same family, Germany 1938. Six-week-old Ruth Baer is held by her great-grandmother, Karolina Wolf. Right: Adela Faber-Wolf (Ruth's maternal grandmother). Left: Thea Baer, Ruth's mother

Brothers Albert (left) and Bernhard on the ship's deck, on their way to Eretz Israel (Mandatory Palestine)

Last letter that Thea and Albert Baer received from the Baer family members living in Rheinbrohl, Germany

The letter, written on a Red Cross form, was sent three days before all the relatives signed on the letter were deported to Terezin."All of us are still healthy, we are leaving tomorrow. We will let you know more information later. Keep well and write to us again. Farewell."Rheinbrohl, 24 July 1942