The Jews of Germany: A Historical Portrait
Yale University Press, 01.09.1994 - 297 Seiten
This book provides a panoramic overview of a now extinct culture: the 1500-year history of the Jews in Germany. Through texts, pictures and contemporary accounts, it follows the German Jews from their first settlements on the Rhine in the fourth century to the destruction of the community in World War II. Using both voices and images of the past the book reveals how the German Jews looked, how they lived, what they thought about, and what others thought of them.
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Introduction by Peter Gay
chapter TWO The Institutions of Jewish Life
chapter Three From the Middle Ages to the Court Jews
chapter Four The Return to History
chapter Five The Struggle for Emancipation m
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