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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.net, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.net (or http://calculatorhistory.net), and http://energyscience.org.au.
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.The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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.The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.com, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.net, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see %rel=follow%http://metastudies.net, %rel=follow%http://worlds-in-transition.com, %rel=follow%http://things-that-count.com, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.com, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.com, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see %rel=follow%http://metastudies.net, %rel=follow%http://worlds-in-transition.com, %rel=follow%http://things-that-count.com, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://worlds-in-transition.com
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.  For the site editor's other web pages see http://metastudies.net, http://worlds-in-transition.com, http://things-that-count.com, and http://energyscience.org.au.
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%smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some other supportive sites.  Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. The [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.
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This site is a "living document" in which corrections by readers are an essential means to improving accuracy or documenting more speculative observations. Consequently corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. //Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide.// The site editor is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].
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The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
 
As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading its survivors across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that at first it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
 
This, then, is in essence a story of how the Nazi holocaust and earlier brutal British policies of transporting even minor transgressors to penal settlements confronted and uprooted two families. It is also the story of how they and their descendants responded and rebuilt their lives.
 
**Using this site**


The best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or the corresponding item at anytime in the left menu bar.
 
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**Introduction**

The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
 
As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading its survivors across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that at first it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
 
This, then, is in essence a story of how the Nazi holocaust and earlier brutal British policies of transporting even minor transgressors to penal settlements confronted and uprooted two families. It is also the story of how they and their descendants responded and rebuilt their lives.
 
**Using this site**


The best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or the corresponding item at anytime in the left menu bar.
 
**Contributing**

This site is a "living document" in which corrections by readers are an essential means to improving accuracy or documenting more speculative observations. Consequently corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. //Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide.// The site editor is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].

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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Click [[SupportingPages|here]] for supporting pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Click here for supporting pages such as [[http://www.bidnapper.com|ebay sniper]].
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Click [[SupportingPages|here]] for supporting pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.[[http://www.bidnapper.com|ebay sniper]]
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Click here for supporting pages such as [[http://www.bidnapper.com|ebay sniper]].
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.[[http://www.bidnapper.com|
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.[[http://www.bidnapper.com|ebay sniper]]
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.[[http://www.bidnapper.com|
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages.
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Best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or the corresponding item at anytime in the left menu bar.
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The best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or the corresponding item at anytime in the left menu bar.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading it across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that at first it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading its survivors across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that at first it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading it across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading it across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that at first it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the worldHenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. Whilst the Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the Cassirer family spreading it across the world, HenryCohen, by contrast, arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict. It was not the disaster that it must have seemed.  The Cohen family found bountiful opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were murdered in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some other supportive site sclick [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages and some [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|other supportive sites]]. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel.  Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. These include the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). As with most other jewish families of the 19th and 20th century their experience is against a background of antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their loved ones in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some other supportive site sclick [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 7,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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Best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or the corresponding item at anytime in the left menu bar.
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Best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or the corresponding item anytime in the left menu bar.
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Best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To find specific information either click [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] or at the same link anytime in the left menu bar.
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Best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[Main.FamilyTreeHome|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else. To [[Main.Searchthissite|search the site]] either here or at anytime in the left menu bar.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.

   %smaller% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.  What follows is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The oppression of the Shoah unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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This site is a "living document" in which corrections by readers are an essential means to improving accuracy or documenting more speculative observations. Consequently corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. //Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide.// The author of this site is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].
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This site is a "living document" in which corrections by readers are an essential means to improving accuracy or documenting more speculative observations. Consequently corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. //Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide.// The site editor is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].
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Corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. //Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide.// The author of this site is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].
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This site is a "living document" in which corrections by readers are an essential means to improving accuracy or documenting more speculative observations. Consequently corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. //Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide.// The author of this site is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].
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   %smaller% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for the [[Main.FamilyTreeIndex|family tree]] entries, and the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%%grey%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%%silver%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%%grey%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%%silver%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is currently experiencing a renaissance) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is a focus of increasing contemporary interest) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer] who's philosophy is currently experiencing a renaissance) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer]] who's philosophy is currently experiencing a renaissance) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family (including [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Ernst Cassirer] who's philosophy is currently experiencing a renaissance) became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust (Shoah) shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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   %smaller%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about some members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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   %smaller%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.
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 %smaller%The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum. The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages.
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] , and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer , [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] Home Page , [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] , and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages. Contributors retain their copyright.
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the [[http://www.unimelb.edu.au|University of Melbourne]]. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer, [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] , and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home pages. Contributors retain their copyright.
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Erich Falk]] escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]]  families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ErnstCassirer|Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer]] (1874-1945), galerist [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.PaulCassirer|Paul Cassirer]] (1871-1926) and publisher [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BrunoCassirer|Bruno Cassirer]] (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirers]] and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falks]], as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.TheScatteredGenerations|Holocaust]]. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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%font size 6%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .%%
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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%font size 6 This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .%
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%font size 6%This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .%%
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%font size 6% This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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%font size 6 This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .%
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. The site author is [[http://metastudies.net|Jim Falk]], currently a Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Details of his latest book (with Joe Camilleri) can be found at [[http://Worlds-in-Transition.com|worlds-in-transition.com]]. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the Yad Vashem site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. The site author is Jim Falk, currently Director of the Australian Centre for Science, Innovation and Society (ACSIS) at the University of Melbourne. Details of his new book (with Joe Camilleri) can be found at Worlds-in-Transition.com. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click here. Click here for Ernst Cassirer Home Page , Cassirer Home Page , Falk Home Page , Cohen Home Page .
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  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the [[http://www.yadvashem.org|Yad Vashem]] site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. The site author is [[http://metastudies.net|Jim Falk]], currently a Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Details of his latest book (with Joe Camilleri) can be found at [[http://Worlds-in-Transition.com|worlds-in-transition.com]]. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|here]]. Click here for [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.BreslauToBerlin|Ernst Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]], [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]], and [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages .
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer , [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] Home Page , [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] , and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages. Contributors retain their copyright.

  This comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few, not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945), galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941). Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism, humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia, Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the Yad Vashem site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known. The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust and ended with his family in Israel. The site author is Jim Falk, currently Director of the Australian Centre for Science, Innovation and Society (ACSIS) at the University of Melbourne. Details of his new book (with Joe Camilleri) can be found at Worlds-in-Transition.com. To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing this in their directories click here. Click here for Ernst Cassirer Home Page , Cassirer Home Page , Falk Home Page , Cohen Home Page
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The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and particular [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 6,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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The site is centered on a particular [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 6,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the [[Main.Overview|histories]].
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer , [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] Home Page , [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] , and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages. Contributors retain their copyright so that cited or reproduced material should bear normal courtesies of acknowledgement and where the reproduction is substantial, permission should be obtained.
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 The site editor is JimFalk, Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Some related sites include related genealogical sites, ErnstCassirer , [[Main.CassirersFoundingYears|Cassirer]] Home Page , [[Main.ScatteredFromDessau|Falk]] , and [[Main.CohenBeginnings|Cohen]] Home Pages. Contributors retain their copyright so that cited or reproduced material should bear normal courtesies of acknowledgement and where the reproduction is substantial, permission should be obtained.
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Best place to start is the Overview, or for a particular person, the Family Tree. There is also a quite large Document Collection including C18 family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else.
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Best place to start is the [[Main.Overview|Overview]], or for a particular person, [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/WC_TOC.HTM|the Family Tree]]. There is also a quite large [[Main.Introduction|Document Collection]] including 18th Century family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else.
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The site is centered on a particular Cassirer and particular Cohen family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 6,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the histories.
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Corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide. The author of this site is Jim Falk. You can [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Contact|contact me here]].
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust shattered the family spreading it across the world.  Henry Cohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust shattered the family spreading it across the world.  HenryCohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
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Introduction
The site is centered on a particular Cassirer and Cohen family and their descendants as they shaped their lives from the eighteenth century to this day.  In the course of that it touches on over 6,000 related people with more than 1,200 surnames. Of course unless you happen to be one of these people, the thing of interest is  likely to be the histories.
 
As with many other familes of Jewish origin the story of Cassirer and Cohen begins in Central Europe, in this case from a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The Cassirer family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The Holocaust shattered the family spreading it across the world.  Henry Cohen, by contrast arrived in Australia involuntarily as a convict.  However the Cohen family found opportunity in the new land, and subsequent generations rose to prominence in commerce and government.
 
This, then, is in essence a story of how the Nazi holocaust and earlier brutal British policies of transporting even minor transgressors to penal settlements confronted and uprooted two families. It is also the story of how they and their descendants responded and rebuilt their lives.
 
Using this site
Best place to start is the Overview, or for a particular person, the Family Tree. There is also a quite large Document Collection including C18 family trusts, photographs, convict records and much else.
 
Corrections to errors and deficiencies, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any relevant photos, documents or references to them are always appreciated. Site policy is not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any information about you will, at your request, be removed or corrected with information that you provide. The author of this site is Jim Falk. You can contact me here.
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This is the documentation part of the Cassirer-Cohen family history.  It has been created as a "Wiki" which means that in principle approved contributors can put documentation directly into it.  If you want to do that, contact the site editor.

This is organised in themes: [[Families]], [[Places]], [[Histories]], [[Documents]].

Where possible people, documents, facts and speculations are listed under families.  Where that is not appropriate (for example, because they refer to more than one family) they are listed under the other headings.

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Where the above is not possible entries are arranged under Places or Histories.

Where appropriate cross-references will be progressively entered to the genealogical data-base and other collections in this site
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Where possible people
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Whilst this site was originally made available for the interest of relatives interest has now extended well beyond that, and so has the content of the site.

The site touches on some related 4,000 families with more than 1,200 surnames. But the site is focussed on two families (Cassirer and Cohen) of Jewish origin
, beginning in a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The CASSIRER family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The COHEN family became extremely prominent in Australia. Both made interesting intellectual, commercial and political contributions. Since the Holocaust, relatives can be found spread across the world (to see more on this click on overview).

The site has grown to include more than 5,600 people (see family tree). It gives an account of how key events - whether the Holocaust or transportation to the colonies - confronted and scattered them, and the ways they responded and rebuilt their lives across the world.  It includes a collection of images of original documents, including family trusts, photographs, and convict records amongst others.

Three things you need to know: Best place to start is the overview click here. To find a particular person click here... To delve into the collection of supporting documents click here.

Other links to the site (including its search engine) are given below. As to what you will find here, there will still be errors and deficiencies and the site will be as good as we make it. If you are able, please join in this exercise by providing me with corrections, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any photos, documents or references to documents which might enhance the interest or usefulness of this. It is my policy not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any description or photograph of you will, at your request, be removed or replaced with one that you provide.

Jim Falk.

Search this site for:   
To read an historical overview of these families click - OVERVIEW

To go to the family tree click here - FAMILY TREE

To read other related documents click here - KEY DOCUMENTS

Please help in identifying the unknown people in these photographs: PLEASE LOOK HERE

To contact me click here - contact me here
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This is the documentation part of the Cassirer-Cohen family history.  It has been created as a "Wiki" which means that in principle approved contributors can put documentation directly into it.  If you want to do that, contact the site editor.

This is organised in themes: [[Families]], [[Places]], [[Histories]].

So, to find a person, document, fact, speculation or question associated with
, say, the Cassirer family, go first to the Families section, then the Cassirer Family, then find the corresponding sub-section.  In general persons are placed under families.  Wherever possible, entries relating to documents, facts, speculations or questions are placed under persons, or if that is not appropriate, under families.

Where
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bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The CASSIRER
family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The COHEN
family became extremely prominent in Australia. Both made interesting intellectual,
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      comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few,
      not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them
      living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after
      members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945),
      galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941).
      Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th
      and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism,
      humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here
      were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once
      migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia,
      Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest
      in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the Yad
      Vashem site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is
      the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already
      in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known.
      The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer
      family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family
      members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust
      and ended with his family in Israel. The site author is
      Jim Falk, currently Director of the [[http://www.acsis.unimelb.edu.au| Australian
        Centre for Science, Innovation and Society]] ([[http://www.acsis.unimelb.edu.au|ACSIS)]] at
        the University of Melbourne.</font><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif"><font size="2"> Details
        of his new book (with Joe Camilleri) can be found at [[http://Worlds-in-Transition.com|Worlds-in-Transition.com]].
        To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing
        this in their directories [[ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|click
        here]]. Click here for [[ZDocs/Stories/stories02_1a.html|Ernst
        Cassirer Home Page ]], [[ZDocs/Stories/stories02.html|Cassirer
        Home Page ]] , [[ZDocs/Stories/Falk01.html|Falk Home Page ]], [[ZDocs/Stories/stories03_1.html|Cohen
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Whilst this site was originally made available for the interest of relatives interest has now extended well beyond that, and so has the content of the site.

The site touches on some related 4,000 families with more than 1,200 surnames. But the site is focussed on two families (Cassirer and Cohen) of Jewish origin, beginning in a small area bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The CASSIRER family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The COHEN family became extremely prominent in Australia. Both made interesting intellectual, commercial and political contributions. Since the Holocaust, relatives can be found spread across the world (to see more on this click on overview).

The site has grown to include more than 5,600 people (see family tree). It gives an account of how key events - whether the Holocaust or transportation to the colonies - confronted and scattered them, and the ways they responded and rebuilt their lives across the world.  It includes a collection of images of original documents, including family trusts, photographs, and convict records amongst others.

Three things you need to know: Best place to start is the overview click here. To find a particular person click here... To delve into the collection of supporting documents click here.

Other links to the site (including its search engine) are given below. As to what you will find here, there will still be errors and deficiencies and the site will be as good as we make it. If you are able, please join in this exercise by providing me with corrections, additional facts, interesting accounts of the lives of any the people touched on here, or any photos, documents or references to documents which might enhance the interest or usefulness of this. It is my policy not to make available addresses or other contact details. Any description or photograph of you will, at your request, be removed or replaced with one that you provide.

Jim Falk.

Search this site for:   
To read an historical overview of these families click - OVERVIEW

To go to the family tree click here - FAMILY TREE

To read other related documents click here - KEY DOCUMENTS

Please help in identifying the unknown people in these photographs: PLEASE LOOK HERE

To contact me click here - contact me here
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The site touches on some related 4,000 families with
more than 1,200 [[WC_IDX/SUR.HTM|surnames]]. But the site is focussed
on two families (Cassirer and Cohen) of Jewish origin, beginning in a small area
bounded by Schweinfurt, Dessau, Berlin, Schwientochlowitz, and Crakow. The CASSIRER
family became extremely prominent in Berlin prior to World War II. The COHEN
family became extremely prominent in Australia. Both made interesting intellectual,
commercial and political contributions. Since the Holocaust, relatives can be
found spread across the world (to see more on this click on [[ZDocs/Stories/stories01.html|overview]])'''.'''</font></P>

<font color="#000099">The site has grown to include more than 5,600 people
    (see [[Attach:WC_TOC.HTM|family
      tree]]). It gives an account of how key events - whether the Holocaust
      or transportation to the colonies - confronted and scattered them, and
      the ways they responded and rebuilt their lives across the world.&nbsp; It
      includes a collection of images of original documents, including family
      trusts, photographs, and convict records amongst others.</font>
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!!!!! <font color="#515229"><font size="2" face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">This
      comment is primarily for indexing purposes: These pages are about a few,
      not all members of the Cassirer, Cohen and Falk families, some of them
      living for centuries in Germany. Most prominent and now most looked after
      members are the philosopher Prof. Ernst (Alfred) Cassirer (1874-1945),
      galerist Paul Cassirer (1871-1926) and publisher Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941).
      Of course it's impossible to write about any jewish family of the 19th
      and 20th century without mentioning if and how they escaped antisemitism,
      humilation and extermination. Whereas the Cohens under consideration here
      were already in Australia, the Cassirers and Falks, as families who once
      migrated from the Russian Empire (Poland) and Austrian Empire (Galicia,
      Bohemia, Hungary) to the German Empire (Prussia), lost some of their dearest
      in the Holocaust. For more information about these please look at the Yad
      Vashem site of the Jewish Holocaust Museum . The Cohen family which is
      the subject of this site escaped the Holocaust since they were already
      in Australia. The fate of the Falk family in the Shoah is less well known.
      The oppression unleashed by the Nazi regime caused the Falk and Cassirer
      family members to leave Berlin or face death. We have identified family
      members who were killed in the Holocaust. Erich Falk escaped the Holocaust
      and ended with his family in Israel. The site author is
      Jim Falk, currently Director of the [[http://www.acsis.unimelb.edu.au| Australian
        Centre for Science, Innovation and Society]] ([[http://www.acsis.unimelb.edu.au|ACSIS)]] at
        the University of Melbourne.</font><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif"><font size="2"> Details
        of his new book (with Joe Camilleri) can be found at [[http://Worlds-in-Transition.com|Worlds-in-Transition.com]].
        To see some genealogical sites which have supported this one by listing
        this in their directories [[ZDocs/Webp/genealogical_directories.html|click
        here]]. Click here for [[ZDocs/Stories/stories02_1a.html|Ernst
        Cassirer Home Page ]], [[ZDocs/Stories/stories02.html|Cassirer
        Home Page ]] , [[ZDocs/Stories/Falk01.html|Falk Home Page ]], [[ZDocs/Stories/stories03_1.html|Cohen
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<font color="#0000AF">Family Trust Documents</font>


<font color="#0000AF">Marcus und Jeanette, Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche</font>


<font color="#0000AF">Familien-Stiftung 1924-25</font>
    <h2><font color="#0000AF">Gr&uuml;ndung der Stiftung: 28 October 1890</font></h2>

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