A photographic journey through the streets of Germany
June 18, 2009 - August 18, 2009
Gidal, Nachum T. Jews in Germany: From Roman Times to the Weimar Republic. Koln, 1998.
Deutschkron, Inge. Outcast: A Jewish Girl in Wartime Berlin. New York, 1990.
Wolff, Marion Freyer. The Shrinking Circle: Memories of Nazi Berlin, 1933-39. New York, 1989.
Mosse, W. E. Jews in the German Economy: The German-Jewish Economic Elite 1820-1935. Oxford University Press USA, 1987.
Blumenthal, Michael W. The Invisible Wall: The Mystery of the Germans and the Jews. Berkeley, CA, 1998.
Kaplan, Marion A. Between Dignity and Despair: Jewish Life in Nazi Germany (Studies in Jewish History). New York, 1999.
Lovenheim, Barbara. Survival in the Shadows: Seven Jews Hidden in Hitler's Berlin. Michigan, 2003.
Vogt, Timothy R. Denazification in Soviet Germany: Brandenburg, 1945-1948, Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA. 2001
Tent, James F. Mission on the Rhine: "Reeducation" and Denazification in American-Occupied Germany. Chicago, 1982.
Gross, Leonard. The Last Jews in Berlin. New York, 1999.
Stoltzfus, Nathan. Resistance of the Heart: Intermarriage and the Rosenstrasse Protest in Nazi Germany. New Jersey, 2001.
Jarausch, Konrad H. After Hitler: Re-Civilizing Germans, 1945-1995. Oxford, 2006.
Hertz, Deborah. How Jews Became Germans: The History of Conversion and Assimilation in Berlin. New Haven, 2007.
Kaes, Anton. The Weimar Republic Sourcebook (Weimar and Now, No 3). Berkeley, 1995.
Grossman, Atina. Jews, Germans, and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany. Princeton, 2006.
Otte, Marline. Jewish Identities in German Popular Entertainment, 1890-1933. Cambridge, 2006.
This exhibition has been organized by the Contemporary Jewish Museum and is generously supported by a lead grant from the Koret and Taube Foundations, with additional support from Maribelle and Stephen Leavitt, Barbara and Kurt Gronowski, and the Consulate General of Germany - San Francisco.
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