Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook LI (2006)

 

Preface by John Grenville and Raphael Gross

 

I. SUSTENANCE FOR THE SOUL

 

MICHAEL A. MEYER: German Jewish Thinkers reflect on the Future of the
Jewish Religion

 

UTA LOHMANN: “Sustenance for the Learned Soul”: The History of the
Oriental Printing Press at the Publishing House of the Jewish Free School
in Berlin

 

II. JEWISH LIFE AND SOCIETY:

 

FROM THE NINETEENTH TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

 

REINHARD RÜRUP: Jewish Emancipation and the Vision of Civil Society in
Germany

 

STEVEN M. LOWENSTEIN: Reflections on Statistics: Hopes and Fears about
Changes in the German Jewish Family, 1815-1939

 

NILS ROEMER: Between the Provinces and the City: Mapping German-
Jewish Memories

 

JON GUNNAR MØLSTRE SIMONSEN: Perfect Targets-Antisemitism and
Eastern Jews in Leipzig, 1919-23

 

CHRISTIAN WIESE: The Janus Face of Nationalism: The Ambivalence of
Zionist Identity in Robert Weltsch and Hans Kohn

 

III. A NEW START IN BRITAIN

 

CHARMIAN BRINSON: Science in Exile: Imperial College and the Refugees
from Nazism-A Case Study

 

GERHARD WOLF: Mac Goldsmith: A Jewish Career in the German
Automobile Industry (1925-1936). Part 1

 

IV. RESISTANCE

 

ARNOLD PAUCKER: Researching German-Jewish Responses and German-
Jewish Resistance to National Socialism: Sources and Directions for the
Future

 

MIRIAM INTRATOR: Storytelling and Lecturing during the Holocaust: The
Nature and Role of Oral Exchanges in Theresienstadt, 1941-1945
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V. AFTER THE HOLOCAUST

 

ROBERT KNIGHT: The Road from the Taborstrasse: Austrian Restitution
revisited

 

VI. MEMOIR

 

BERNARD NATT: Growing up in Nazi Germany. Experiences and Memories

 

VII. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2005

VIII. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

IX. INDEX

 

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