In 1567 a separate cemetery could be built, which was expanded several times and therefore consists of four parts. There are still about 1000 tombstones ( Mazewot ) in the 102.59 ares large cemetery . The total number of those buried is estimated at 7,000 to 8,000.
time of the nationalsocialism
The cemetery was partially destroyed during the November pogroms in 1938 . Many tombstones were overturned and broken as a result.
The cemetery hall with an attached Tahara house , built in 1934, is a round building with a wooden canopy and was built by the Ichenhausen Jewish Youth Association .
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- To the Jewish cemetery in Ichenhausen near Alemannia Judaica
- The Jewish cemetery in Ichenhausen at the central archive for research into the history of Jews in Germany
- Jewish cemeteries in Bavaria: Ichenhausen
- Jewish Historical Association Augsburg