Aldingen and Hochberg Jewish Communities now part of Remseck am Neckar - BOOK CITE #germany

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200 [i.e. Zweihundert] Jahre juedisches Leben in Hochberg und
Aldingen, 1730-1930: Remseck am Neckar.
(200 Years of Jewish Life in Hochberg and Aldingen)
Authors: Nicole Bickhoff-Boettcher 1956- Gertrud Bolay 1936-; Eduard Theiner 1948
Published 1990 by Gemeinde Remseck am Neckar
Available at Leo Baeck Institute Library q (DS 135 G4 H614 B5 )

["Remseck am Neckar is a town in the district of Ludwigsburg,
Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. It is situated at the confluence of the
rivers Rems and Neckar, about 12 km northeast of Stuttgart, and 7 km
southeast of Ludwigsburg. Five of the six boroughs of Remseck used to
be villages and were founded several hundred years ago. References to
Aldingen and Hochdorf can be found as early as 1100, Hochberg is
mentioned in a text >from 1231 whereas Neckargr-Groeningen is already
referred to in 806. Neckarrems is also mentioned in 1268 as 'Rems';
the 'Neckar' was added only in the 17th century." (Wikipedia)]

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