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Jews in Berlin /

Andreas Nachama, Julius H. Schoeps, Hermann Simon ; translated by Michael S. Cullen, Allison Brown, Cindy Opitz.

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Names: Nachama, Andreas, | Schoeps, Julius H. | Simon, Hermann, | Cullen, Michael S., | Brown, Allison | Optiz, Cindy,
Published: New York, NY : Berlinica, 2015.
Edition: 2015 edition.
Topics: Jews - Germany - Berlin - History. | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Germany - Berlin. | Holocaust survivors - Germany - Berlin.
Regions: Berlin (Germany) - Ethnic relations. | Germany - Berlin.
Genres: Electronic books. | History.
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Uniform Title: Juden in Berlin. English.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (315 pages) : illustrations (some color), portraits
ISBN: 9781935902638 (electronic bk.)
1935902636 (electronic bk.)
9781935902621 (electronic bk.)
1935902628 (electronic bk.)


Language Note: English translation from the German language "Juden in Berlin."
Summary: This richly-illustrated book depicts 750 years of Jewish history as well as Jewish life in Berlin today. The Prussian capital was, for many centuries, the center of Jewish life in Germany. Its Jewish citizens strongly influenced the city's cultural and literary life and led the way in the sciences, from the 18th century salon of Rachel Varnhagen to the cabarets of the Weimar Republic. However, economic crisis, hyper-inflation, and the depression of 1929 provided rich soil for the growth of anti-Semitism and ultimately led to the Holocaust. Today, after tens of thousands of immigrants from Russ.
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Subject: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Other Names: Nachama, Andreas, 1951- editor.
Schoeps, Julius H. (Julius Hans), 1942- editor.
Simon, Hermann, 1949- editor.
Cullen, Michael S., translator.
Brown, Allison (Translator), translator.
Optiz, Cindy, translator.

More Details for: Jews in Berlin