The history of Jewish everyday life is an intimate, personal history focusing on the individual and on Jews outside of public life. In the Hamburg region, Jewish everyday life and family life began in the 16th century with the settling of a Jewish community, and it is closely tied to the towns of Hamburg , Altona , and Wandsbek. As in many other urban centers in Ashkenaz , Jewish life in the Hamburg region shows cultural and social peculiarities from its beginnings until the present day. These primarily include two characteristic features:
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The history of the Jews in Laupheim began in the first half of the 18th century. Until the second half of the 19th century, the Jewish community in Laupheim , expanded continuously to become the largest of its kind in Württemberg. With the deportation of the last remaining Jews in , more than years of Jewish history in Laupheim forcibly came to an end. At the beginning of the 18th century, Laupheim was a small market town in Upper Swabia and politically part of Further Austria.
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Mirco Schwarze ist einer von über Und er hat ein Ziel: Das Null-Emissionsauto.