By Michael Brenner,Derek J. Penslar
"... a very good collection... good written and cogently argued." —David N. Myers
The background of Jews in interwar Germany and Austria is usually seen both because the fruits of large good fortune within the financial and cultural geographical regions and of person assimilation and acculturation, or because the starting of the line that ended in Auschwitz. in contrast, this quantity demonstrates a reemerging feel of neighborhood in the German-speaking Jewish inhabitants of those nations within the twenty years after international conflict I.
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In Search of Jewish Community: Jewish Identities in Germany and Austria, 1918-1933 by Michael Brenner,Derek J. Penslar