The Austrian has been in charge for nine months Barbara Staudinger the Jewish Museum in Vienna; her first exhibition in the house on Dorotheergasse is called “100 misunderstandings about and among Jews”, and one thing is certain: people talk about it. The reactions range from enthusiasm and gratitude to outrage and tears to accusations of “reactivation”, i.e. the propagation of National Socialist content. There are angry letters to the editor and harsh reviews, open letters for and against the exhibition, interventions from the Jewish community and from the Jewish organization B’nai B’rith. This complains that the “educational mandate of the Jewish Museum is not being fulfilled”. The revision of the exhibition or, in the event of non-compliance, the closure is required.