Germany, Berlin 2021/20/12.
Jewish veterans of World War II are invited to the Embassy of the Russian Federation in honour of their achievements in the war.
Jewish life in Germany occurs in a myriad of ways – being Jewish is just as much a question of identity as it is one of religion. The Jewish community in Germany is however fairly small, official numbers state that only about 200.000 Jews live in the country. Often only perceived through debates of anti-semitism and holocaust commemorations and displayed in the media in a stereotypical way, I aim to explore everyday life of contemporary Judaism in Germany in all its facets and diversity. (Photo by Gregor Zielke)