Pictured on this New Years card is a parade in the town of Lackenbach, Austria honoring the new Rabbi on May 7, 1902. By October of 1938, the Jewish community was officially closed down, some succeeded in emigrating or escaping. Most Jews however were sent to Vienna and from there to the east - Before the Holocaust
Bertha Bracey, a Quaker, organized the Kindertransport which allowed 10,000 Jewish children to escape Nazi Germany and be fostered into homes in England. Many were the only survivors of their family at the end of WWII.