Tearing down the main synagogue on Herzog-Max-Strasse in Munich.
20th c German Documentary Photography
(active c. 1000 - present)
Munich. Münchner Stadtmuseum.
The Romanesque Revival synagogue was built by German architect Albert Schmidt (1841-1913) in 1887. By order of Adolf Hitler it was torn down 8-9 June 1938 ostensibly to improve traffic flow in the city.