Gedenktafel zur Erinnerung an die Synagoge im mittelfränkischen Schopfloch:
source: Westnik / Anzeiger IKG Schwaben Augsburg: http://ikg-augsburg.com/gemeinde/anzeiger/der-anzeiger-november-2015/
Gedenkstunde zum 9. November 1938, der (nunmehr) sog. “Pogromnacht” in der Synagoge Augsburg
Hour of Commemoration for the “Kristallnacht” in the Synagogue of Augsburg, 77 years after 9th of November 1938.
Since many people meanwhile understand “Kristallnacht” as rather cynical, more people prefer to dub it “pogrom night (Nacht). The Russian word “pogrom” however actually means thunder-storm, tempest and the like, what on second thought is likewise belittling …
As in in most other towns also in Augsburg the actual attacks took place in the night and morning hours of 10th of November the birthday of German religion founder Lex … hm … Martin Luther.
In Theresienstr. 23 in Ingolstadt from 1907 until 1938 as well as some time after the Nazi defeat there was a synagogue in the same building previously used from 1782 until 1785 as temple of the Illuminati Order of Adam Weishaupt.