On November 2, 2014 the city of Alzey in Germany unveiled a bronze plaque honoring the birthplace of Felix Adler. The ceremony included a dedication by Gerhard Holzer (PDF with English & German), a statement by AEU Board President Richard Koral (PDF with English & German), and words from city officials.
“With this bronze relief on the house where Felix Adler was born, Alzey now has a second monument in memory of the Adler family,” said Gerhard Holzer, pictured with plaque. “While the monument in Hospitalstrasse reminds us of the old synagogue and of Dr Samuel Adler, the famous rabbi of the new synagogue—and thus calls our attention to the Jewish part of the history of our town—the plaque for Felix Adler serves us as a reminder of the ethical foundations of our society and civilisation—and to admonish us to live according to them in our individual lives.”
The Felix Adler plaque was unveiled by the artists, Doris Seibel-Tauscher and Florian Geyer.