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Germany 1932, America 2020: Jews and Democracy in Crisis

Tuesday, September 17 | 7 p.m.

Free and Open to the Public - $0
Space Available
Course closing date: 9/17/2019
Location: Landmark Centre
This class will be held in room: Auditorium
Your Instructor(s) will be: Brian Amkraut, Jay Geller, Magdalena Wrobel
For more information contact: Maria Genova or Sheryl Hirsh, 216-368-2091

One hundred years ago, the Weimar Republic brought full democracy to Germany and guaranteed equal rights for all Germans, including German Jews. Thus began a golden age for German Jewry. Yet, at the same time, German democracy was threatened by extremism from the Left and Right, and Jews faced increased anti-Semitism. Jay Geller's lecture explores how Jews were regarded by their non-Jewish compatriots, and how both the organized Jewish community and individual Jews reacted to rhetoric that called into question their place in German society. The panel discussion that follows addresses whether we can draw any conclusions from this chapter in history about our own era - and if so, what we can do.

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The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program | Case Western Reserve University | 10900 Euclid Avenue | Cleveland, OH 44106-7116 | 216.368.2090 | lifelonglearning@case.edu

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