For centuries, Fürth was home to the largest Jewish community in Southern Germany. A climate of tolerance enabled Jews to play an essential role in the life of the city, enriching it with cultural contributions and charitable donations. A rabbinical school and a Hebrew book-printing office made Fürth famous far beyond Franconia. Almost totally destroyed by the National Socialists, the Jewish community re-established itself after World War Two. With this third book in its "Historical Walks" series, History for Everyone (Geschichte Für Alle e.V.) takes you on a journey through the city's rich Jewish inheritance.