Horn-Bad Meinberg is a town in the Lippe district of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, with c. 18,300 inhabitants. It was formed in 1970 by merging various other towns that had grown together, including Bad Meinberg and Horn – the new entity’s original name was Bad Meinberg-Horn, before taking its present name.
Horn-Bad Meinberg is the location of the Externsteine, a rock formation consisting of several tall, narrow columns.
Many thanks to following for their assistance in making this website possible: Eberhard Block, Professor Berndt Schaller, Pastor Maik Fleck, Hans & Ingrid Liesen,
Christa and Peter Kayser, Mathias Schafmeister, Idan Greenboim, Meron Piotrkowski, Dr. Andreas Ruppert & Martin Heim.
This website’s creator is David Blank — a descendant of the Blank Family of Horn-Bad Meinberg, Germany.
The website will incorporate the following sections.
- Histories of the Jews of Horn
- The fate of the Jews during the Nazi period
Jews of Horn-Bad Meinberg 1837-1987 (PDF)
Kristallnacht Memorial Day (75 years), Nov 17, 2013
- The Jewish families of Horn
The Blank Family in Horn
House of Willi Blumenthal
House of Moses Examus
House of Julie and Jacob Hirschfeld
House of Fred (Fritz) Sondermann
House of Moses Aron Sondermann
Blank Family Store (PDF)
- Photos of the tombstones in the Jewish Cemetery of Horn
Honorary Horn Citizenship Certificates (PDF)
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