Jewish Life in Germany: Memoirs from Three Centuries

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Monika Richarz, Stella P. Rosenfeld, Sidney Rosenfeld
Indiana University Press, Jan 1, 1991 - History - 484 pages
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"It is the best group portrait of German Jewry that we have." —Washington Post Book World

"... weaves a fascinating social tapestry of German Jewry from 1780 to 1945.... Richarz's introduction furnishes a probing analytic overview of German Jewish social history." —Library Journal

"Richarz's ¬Jewish Life in Germany represents a major contribution to filling the void between broad generalization and actual human experience."¬ —Contemporary Jewry

"... a most remarkable collection of documents... extremely well selected, very full... immensely useful to anyone wanting to study modern Jewish history, modern German history, or for that matter modern history as such." —Peter Gay

The social history of German Jewry from 1780 through 1945 comes to life in this unique collection of autobiographical documents by ordinary individuals from all social strata, from city and country, and from various professions and political and religious groups.

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An abridgement of editor Richarz's original three-volume German edition, this collection of 51 memoirs, diaries, and family chronicles of German Jews weaves a fascinating social tapestry of German ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Itzig Behrend
41
Ascher Lehmann
50
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Rosenfeld is Professor of German at Oberlin College.

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