The Jews in Germany, 1945-1993: The Building of a Minority

Hardcover | January 8, 1994

byMichael Cohn

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Most Jews who now live in Germany have lived elsewhere. They are neither the remnant of those who survived the Holocaust nor those who are in transit to Israel or the United States. They are a disparate but vibrant and growing community of over 80,000 people. Forty thousand of them are members of official Jewish communities in today's Germany. Because of the Nazi past, this proportionately small number of individuals plays an out-of-scale role in German politics and world consciousness. As a study in the formation of minority communities within European national matrices, Cohn's work has interest for sociologists, political scientists, and anthropologists as well. It is the only published work on the Jewish community in Germany today.

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Most Jews who now live in Germany have lived elsewhere. They are neither the remnant of those who survived the Holocaust nor those who are in transit to Israel or the United States. They are a disparate but vibrant and growing community of over 80,000 people. Forty thousand of them are members of official Jewish communities in today's ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:144 pagesPublished:January 8, 1994Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated

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ISBN - 10:0275948781

ISBN - 13:9780275948788

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?This book is readable, concise and informative. In detailing the post war era, Mr. Cohn provides a systematic, up-to-date introduction to the subject matter. The Jews in Germany would provide a feasible supplementary textbook for classes studying modern history.?-AUFBAU