This is the third edition of our German Jewish Source Book, one in a series of Centropa redares on Jewish communities in Central and Eastern Europe.
This volume offers the personal stories of four German Jews who describe groeing up in Weimar Germany and who fled their country after the Nazis seized power in 1933. It also provides the reader with essays and timelines on twentieth century German history.
In addition, this book includes essays that delve into the complex relationship between Germans and Jews, testimonies of Czech, Hungarian and Romanian Jews who were liberated from concentration camps in Germany, and personal stories of Russian and American Jewish soldiers who liberated those camps. This new and revised edition also features a new chapter on German-Israeli relations.