Jizchak Schwersenz, director of the Jewish school at Choriner Strasse 74, and three of his pupils carry helmets, tools, and books for their obligatory air raid patrol shift in early summer 1941. All public buildings in Berin had to be patrolled. Gad and Manfred began their shifts in late summer 1941, after the school building had been evacuated due to bomb damage.
After the war, many streets disappeared or their names were changed. The Choriner Strasse still exists today, but the former Jewish school has been replaced by a modern apartment complex.