Film of the play by Friedrich Wolf made in 1930, based on the historical events of 1918. The members of the Austro-Hungarian navy are discontent. The senseless continuation of World War I, the poor food and tricks by the officers, but also the overt discrimination against Dalmatian and Slovakian sailors make the crews rebellious.More
On Sunday, June 8, the Jewish Museum Vienna invites fathers and their families on a very special guided tour through the permanent exhibition “Our City! Jewish Vienna Then to Now”. Children are most welcome and can paint their favorite objects during the tour on special postcards.
Admission and tour are free for fathers. All other participants will need a valid admission ticket for the museum.More
An evening with literary and non-literary texts: Julya Rabinowich reads from “Windsbraut. Weltbrand. Das magische Denken der Alma Mahler-Werfel” and the associated short essay “Weltbrand,” which deals with the daily newspapers and their propaganda in August 1914 and with parallels to current political posters.More
The film tells the story of the German high school student Paul Bäumer, who, like all of his classmates, volunteers for the army when war breaks out, after his teacher has extolled the virtues of a hero’s death and of dying for the fatherland.More
(for artists aged 8 to 10 years)
Take inspiration from the great things in the Jewish Museum Vienna! Spice boxes, Torah crowns, Seder plates, Shabbat candles or a mezuzah. You can find out what they are all for on a guided tour in which you can also pick out your favorites.More