Symbiose aus amerikanischer Sicht

Did a German-Jewish symbiosis take place and is there a chance for a renewed dialog between German Jews and non-Jews? The decades prior to 1933 constituted the most fruitful and productive period in German-Jewish history and probably in modern Jewish history overall prior to the Holocaust. The rapidly growing Jewish community in Germany must build on the positive tradition of the time before 1933, without neglecting the lessons of persecution and the Holocaust.

Author(s): Frank Mecklenburg

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