Deprecated: Function create_function() is deprecated in /home/kdai5230/public_html/manneberg-saga.com/libraries/gantry/core/gantry.class.php on line 1043 Manneberg saga - מנברג - The Synagogue in Rybnik Eli Manneberg Home About the bookand purchasing About the book and the author Selected passages from the book, out of context The Book: Table of Contents Bibliography How to buy this book Photographs and Documents Chapter I: Between twilight and dawn, gazing towards a bewildering horizon I.1 Reflections at the beginning I.2 Manneberg: a strange name I.3 The Prussian government in the "triangle": Manneberg family life I.4 Emanuel Manneberg from Loslau and his talented son, Loebel Leopold I.5 Loebel Leopold and Rosalie Manneberg I.6 The new synagogue in Rybnik, or "The Temple in Haase's back yard" I.7 The years preceding World War I Chapter II: Jewish Soldiers II.2 Finding new historical facts, and what the heck is the real plot of this story? II.3 Ismar Manneberg: a Bavarian officer, a German war hero II.4 A meeting of Jews in the train on their way to the Western Front II.5 Post-modern meetings II.7 Yitshak-Isaac Zuckerbraun's journey from Lithuania to Jerusalem II.8 Haim Segal, Ruth's grandfather – an Ottoman soldier II.9 A meeting at the crossroads between "the Next World" and "the New World": "Baba" in God's service II.10 The Oko brothers, Jewish soldiers in the army of Czar Nikolai II, or "the Russians" in Germany Chapter III: Between the two World Wars, or the never-ending war III.0 Between the wars III.1 Rosel Manneberg in Hanover, the revolving sword and banishment from "Paradise Lost" III.2 Hans – life in a happy childhood bubble III.4 Leopold the Second, the Third, the Fourth? Depends upon where one starts counting. Hans or Janik? Depends upon one's perspective. III.6 Rosel Manneberg's store III.7 "The deal" III.8 Jozef the merchant and Jan the policeman have some garlic soup III.9 The journey to Palestine in 1934 III.11 Nathan Oko, "the Russian" in Württemberg, Germany III.13 "The Black Forest Maiden": from Sofaleh in Rottweil to Sofie Oko in British Mandatory Palestine III.14 The dream and its collapse - David, son of Haim Segal from Jerusalem, and Chia, daughter of Rosa Rosenstein from Brooklyn: pioneers in Palestine III.15 Drumbeats and clouds of war darkening the horizon III.16 One thousand pounds sterling in gold – the entrance price to "Paradise Lost" III.17 "The escape" – about-face and flight from the inferno III.18 Tango of War and Peace: the dance of life and death Chapter IV - Epilogue IV.1 "Finished but not completed" – reflections in summary IV.2 "The Manneberg House" project – A humanistic center in Rybnik, Upper Silesia, Poland IV.3 "Foreplay" and surprises around every corner Maps Documents Manneberg Family Manor Family Manning Family Oko Family Segal Family Rosenstein Family The Manneberg HouseProject Sofie Manneberg's Art Gallery Family Album Manneberg Family The Manneberg Family Tree Eli Manneberg - Photos Ya'akov Manneberg - Photos Michael Manneberg - Photos Manor Family The Manor Family Tree Manor family - Photos Manning Family The Manning Family Tree Manning family - Photos Oko Family The Oko Family Tree Oko family - Photos Segal Family The Segal Family Tree Segal family - Photos Rosenstein Family The Rosenstein Family Tree Rosenstein family - Photos Everything Happened - but Not Really The Synagogue in Rybnik Photo from a postcard. The synagogue does not exist today.