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Marina Sassenberg

Marina Sassenberg is office manager of the LBI-Commission for German Jewish History in Frankfurt/Main and teaches Modern German-Jewish and European-Jewish history at the University of Duisburg-Essen.

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Helene Simon

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Hilde Holger

Hilde Holger’s choreography incorporated her interest in religion, politics, and the natural world. Her works provoked important discussions about the role of dance in the public sphere.

Gertrud Bodenwieser

Gertrud Bodenwieser belonged to the first generation of modern dancers in Vienna.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Marina Sassenberg." (Viewed on December 5, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/sassenberg-marina>.

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