There is a vast literature (in English as well as German) on Jewish culture, history, architecture and heritage in Germany.
Most of these publications can be found listed on several extensive online bibliographies. Rather than duplicate these lists here, we suggest that you browse them directly.
Arranged by category — mainly in German.
A joint project of the Selma Stern Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg , the Cooperative Library Network/Kooperativer Bibliotheksverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (KOBV), and more than a dozen other university libraries around Germany. It enables users to perform targeted searches in the Judaica holdings of the contributing institutions, in The Index of Articles on Jewish Studies of the National Library of Israel (RAMBI) as well as in the Digital Collections Judaica in the University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg Frankfurt am Main.
For general information and touring, see:
Downloadable PDF Guide put out by the station travel board and covering 64 towns and cities. You can also access it your browser HERE
Barkan, Leonard. Berlin for Jews: a 21st Century Companion. Chicago University Press, 2016.