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Marion Beckers

Marion Beckers, a graduate in theater, journalism and German studies, is the manager of Das Verborgene Museum (The Hidden Museum) in Berlin.

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Marianne Breslauer

Marianne Breslauer was known for her style of quiet, poetic street scenes of Paris and Berlin and her photographs of Palestine in 1931. Breslauer studied at the Lette-Verein, the first school for women photographers, and was awarded the Hann Höch Prize in Berlin in 1999.

Eva Besnyö

Photographer and photojournalist Eva Besnyö was born in Budapest in 1910. In the 1930s Besnyö moved to Berlin, where she quickly became successful with numerous exhibitions and commissions and spent time with politically engaged intellectuals and artists. Following the war, Besnyö was active in the Dolle-Mina feminist movement and was awarded the Dr. Erich Salomon Award for her life’s work.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Marion Beckers." (Viewed on September 24, 2021) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/beckers-marion>.

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