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34414 North Rhine-Westphalia (Peters)

Der jüdische Friedhof in Warburg in Jahrbuch Kreis Höxter (1992) S. 213-226 by Rudolf Bialas

OLD CEMETERY: Located Mollhauser Graben, Judengraben. Use: expanded in 1758, 1772 and 1796; until about 1828 to ?. Visible gravestones: None. According to Bialas there was a previous burial ground, about whom nothing is known. Early 19th century a part of the land has been sold by the city, which led to a dispute with the Jewish community, they lost 1828 final. [Sep 2012]

- History in Bialas 1992, page 214
- History in splendor 1998, pp. 224-226, 271

CEMETERY: Located Am Sacktor, at the moat (hall 18, No. 39). Used about 1828/30 to 1971. Visible gravestones: 285. Under the Nazis the cemetery was devastated. The post-war municipality built a memorial from the rubble of gravestones. [Sep 2012]
- Approximately 1975-2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)
- 1987-1988 by Regional Association (allocation list, occupancy, photos)
- 2000-2001 by Franz Schwarz (photos of gravestones)
- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987, p.86
- Assignment list, layout, photos in Poll 1988, p-xxx
- History in Bialas 1992, pp. 214-223
- History in splendor 1998, pp. 226, 271-273

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