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    • Glöckner, Olaf; Fireberg, Haim (2015-09-25)
      An unexpected immigration wave of Jews from the former Soviet Union mostly in the 1990s has stabilized and enlarged Jewish life in Germany. Jewish kindergartens and schools were opened, and Jewish museums, theaters, and ...
    • Loth, Wilfried (2015-08-14)
      Relying on internal sources, Wilfried Loth analyses the birth and subsequent development of the European Union, from the launch of the Council of Europe and the Schuman Declaration until the Euro crisis and the contested ...
    • Kotowski, Elke-Vera (2017-06-26)
      As part of the German Jewish Cultural Heritage project, the contributors to this volume examine the cultural influence of the German-speaking Jewish intelligentsia around the world. This influence continues to be felt in ...
    • Zajdband, Astrid (2017-06-20)
      The rich history of the German rabbinate came to an abrupt halt with the November Pogrom of 1938. The need to leave Germany became clear and many rabbis made use of the visas they had been offered. Their resettlement in ...
    • Medzini, Meron (2017-02-15)
      For five decades Golda Meir was at the center of the political arena in Israel and left her mark on the development of the Yishuv and the state. She was a unique woman, great leader, with a magnetic personality, a highly ...
    • Horch, Hans Otto (2015-11-27)
      Die internationale Erforschung der deutschsprachigen Literatur jüdischer Autorinnen und Autoren (neben den deutschsprachigen Ländern vor allem USA, Israel, England und Frankreich) wurde insbesondere seit den 1970er Jahren ...
    • Sabo, Klaudija (2017)
      The book icons of nations is dealing with the transformation processes in ex-Yugoslavia in the early 90s that is focussing on the national myths and their heroes and heroins in the region and their representation in visual ...
    • Grill, Tobias (2018-01-01)
      "For many centuries Jews and Germans were economically and culturally of significant importance in East-Central and Eastern Europe. Since both groups had a very similar background of origin (Central Europe) and spoke ...
    • Bürger, Karin; Sonder, Ines (2014-04-28)
      In May 1924, the Soncino Society of the Friends of the Jewish Book was founded in Berlin. Named after the Soncinos, a 15th to 16th century Jewish-Italian family of printers, it was the first society of Jewish bibliophiles, ...
    • Hachleitner, Berhard; Marschik, Matthias; Spitaler, Georg; Colpan, Sema; Juraske, Alexander; Betz, Susanne Helena (2018-12)
      Based on information about more than 600 Viennese Jewish officials, the book examines issues related to the self-characterization and outside characterization of Jews in Vienna. Sports are an important part of urban identity ...
    • Afflerbach, Holger (2015-06-26)
      Ten million soldiers died during the First World War. But why, and for what reason? The Great War is widely seen as a "pointless carnage" (Pope Benedict XV). Was there a point, at least in the eyes of the political and ...
    • Amar-Dahl, Tamar (2016-11-07)
      Tamar Amar-Dahl offers a profound analysis of Israel’s political order and culture and the role of Zionism. The study uncovers the discrepancy between the Western democratic self-image of Israel and its military influenced ...