As a public health research institution, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) was closely involved in the National Socialist policy of violence. At least twelve scientists and assistants had to leave the institute in the spring of 1933 because of their Jewish background. Their names and fates should not be forgotten. This is the goal of the “Remembrance Signs” podcast series developed by the Museum at the RKI. One of the twelve episodes that will be published monthly in 2021 is dedicated to each of the former Jewish employees.