New Beginnings: Holocaust Survivors in Bergen-Belsen and the British Zone in Germany, 1945-1950

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Wayne State University Press, 2002 - 311 עמודים
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New Beginnings offers an unprecedented historical inquiry into how Jews in Germany began to rebuild their social and cultural networks immediately following World War II. Lavsky concentrates on the British Zone of occupation in northwest Germany, where some of the most important Jewish communities developed and laid the foundation for a central Jewish organization in the Federal German Republic. It was here, through a unique cooperation of "camp and community," that a new Jewish post-Holocaust nationalism began to take shape. As the first in-depth analysis of the combined development of "camp and community," New Beginnings examines the history of both groups within the context of the Jewish world, the emergence of Palestine-Israel, and the international arena. In so doing, it reveals that the Jewish presence in Germany was not only an issue to be tackled by external powers but also an active force shaping the Jewish post-Holocaust stance worldwide.

 

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Preface
9
Introduction
15
The Jewish Remnant in Germany
27
The Liberation of BergenBelsen
37
The British Zone of Occupation
49
Jewish Organizational Efforts in BergenBelsen
63
New Communities Rise from the Ashes
78
The Jewish World Organizations
91
The Development of the Communities
124
The Educational Program
167
Zionist Party Politics
189
End and New Beginnings
204
The Sheerit Hapletah and Jewish Nationalism
215
Notes
225
Bibliography
277
Index
295

The Central Committee as an Instrument
110

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Hagit Lavsky teaches at the Hebrew University, where she is the Samuel L. and Perry Haber Chair for Post-Holocaust Studies and Director of the Cherrick Center for the Study of Zionism, the Yishuv, and the State of Israel.

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