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Beyond Jericho: The Resurgence of German Jewish life since the Fall of the Berlin Wall

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Author: Lazar, Max Harrison
Advisor: Benes, Tuska, 1971-
Committee Members: Hahamovitch, Cindy; Taylor, Jennifer
Issued Date: 2012-04
Subjects: German Studies
Jewish Studies
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/16691
Description: This is a thesis about life after near-death. At this moment in history, it is rare to find Americans who are unaware of the plight of German Jews during the Shoah. Soon after assuming control of the German government in 1933, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party implemented a concentrated and institutionalized campaign of anti-Semitism. What began with job restrictions, loss of citizenship, and arbitrary prohibitions morphed into a policy of orchestrated mass murder.
Degree: Bachelors of Arts in History

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