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by Monika Richarz

  • Author: Monika Richarz
  • ISBN: 0253350247
  • ISBN13: 978-0253350244
  • ePub: 1846 kb | FB2: 1322 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Indiana University Press; Abridged edition (August 22, 1991)
  • Pages: 496
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Jewish Life in Germany: Memoirs from Three Centuries (The Modern Jewish Experience) ePub download

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Jewish Life in Germany book. Richarz's Jewish Life in Germany represents a major contribution to filling the void between broad generalization and actual human experience. It is the best group portrait of German Jewry that we have. -Contemporary Jewry. immensely useful to anyone wanting to study modern Jewish history, modern German history, or for that matter modern history as such.

Richarz's Jewish Life in Germany represents a major contribution to filling the void between broad generalization .

Richarz's Jewish Life in Germany represents a major contribution to filling the void between broad generalization and actual human experience. The social history of German Jewry from 1780 through 1945 comes to life in this unique collection of autobiographical documents by ordinary individuals from all social strata, from city and country, and from various professions and political and religious groups.

Monika Richarz (born 8 June 1937) is a German historian. Jewish Life in Germany: Memoirs from Three Centuries (The Modern Jewish Experience). Bloomington Indianapolis Indiana University Press. The focus of her work is on the social history of the Jewish minority in Germany, and the relationships between the Germans and the Jews jüdische. ISBN 978-0-253-35024-4.

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Richarz, Monika, Jewish Life in Germany: Memoirs from Three Centuries, trans. Stella, and Rosenfeld, Sidney (Bloomington, 1991), 225. 45. In 1912, Isidor Hirschfeld (born 1868) returned to Kasparus where his mother had run a tavern and his father had peddled wares. Richarz,, Kaiserreich, 198. 72. Hopp,, Bürgertum, 149, quoting Hans Salfield.

Monika was educated at a private school in the city. There were no books, and history was taught using hectograph copied sheets; the twentieth century was carefully excluded from the syllabus, but various earlier periods were studied intensively. She passed her school final exams ("Abitur") in 1956, which in principal cleared the way for admission to university level education References.

The volumes that Professor Richarz has published in English include Jewish Life in Germany-Memoirs from Three Centuries (Indiana University Press, 1991) and she contributed to German Jewish History in Modern Times, Volume 3: Integration in Dispute 1871-1918 (Columbia.

The volumes that Professor Richarz has published in English include Jewish Life in Germany-Memoirs from Three Centuries (Indiana University Press, 1991) and she contributed to German Jewish History in Modern Times, Volume 3: Integration in Dispute 1871-1918 (Columbia University Press, 1997).

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It is the best group portrait of German Jewry that we have." ―Washington Post Book World

... weaves a fascinating social tapestry of German Jewry from 1780 to 1945.... Richarz's introduction furnishes a probing analytic overview of German Jewish social history." ―Library Journal

Richarz’s Jewish Life in Germany represents a major contribution to filling the void between broad generalization and actual human experience."―Contemporary Jewry

... a most remarkable collection of documents... extremely well selected, very full... immensely useful to anyone wanting to study modern Jewish history, modern German history, or for that matter modern history as such." ―Peter Gay

The social history of German Jewry from 1780 through 1945 comes to life in this unique collection of autobiographical documents by ordinary individuals from all social strata, from city and country, and from various professions and political and religious groups.

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One of the best personal history accounts I have ever read.
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Dr. Richarz provides the reader with an opportunity to understand the German Jewish experience from the subject's vantage point and in their own (translated)words. Her anthology demonstrates the many facets of German Jewish experience from the eighteenth century until the Holocaust. The contributors speak of their own and their families' degree of religious observance, the psychological and economic effects of state-sponsored discrimination, as well as the geopolitical maneuvering that Jews in Europe, and in particular German Jews, had to do in order to preserve their too often despised communities. This book is a must read for persons interested in any aspect of modern German Jewish social history.
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