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345 Index Academic Assistance Council (AAC), 151 Adama (Land), 116n19 The Adventure of a Ten Mark Bill, 94 Aleichem, Sholem, 10, 68–­ 70, 311 America/United States: emigration to, 46–­ 47, 49, 133, 137, 170, 198–­ 210, 212–­ 13, 227, 229–­ 30, 241, 248; exchange with Europe, 281, 321; film industry in, 170, 173–­ 90, 194n45); as “golden country,” 9, 199, 208–­ 9, 212; as hell (or damnation), 200, 209, 211; perceptions of, 12, 73, 197–­ 213; refugees in, 228, 243, 248, 305. See also American Jewry American Dream, 199, 203, 206, 213 American Jewry, 4, 14, 56, 58, 60–­ 62, 197–­ 213, 292–­ 93, 339n59; musicians, 312, 329 (see Klezmer); writers, 71–­ 73, 82 antisemitism: in America, 197, 200–­ 202, 211–­ 12, 292; European, 70; in Germany, 53, 58–­ 60, 92, 151, 174, 240, 278, 304; “Jewish self-­ hatred,” 177; post-­ World War II, 50, 306 Arendt, Hannah, 60, 248, 253 Aryanization, 240, 243–­ 46, 250, 256n7 Asch, Sholem (or Scholem), 12, 67, 197, 199–­ 200, 202–­ 13, 215n19, 215n28; Chaim Lederer’s Return, 199, 202–­ 05, 208, 213, 215n17, 215n20, 216nn29–­ 30; Uncle Moses , 203, 215n17; God of Vengeance, 203 asylum seeker, 273. See also refugee Auerbach, Yehudith, 271 Aufbau, 233, 244 Australia: internment, 152, 159–­ 60, 162; refugees in, 126, 128, 132–­ 37, 147, 226, 229, 243; Jewry, 142n48 Avodah, 10–­11, 91–­94, 96–­110, 112–­14, 115n8, 117n38, 118n39, 118n44, 119n53 “bad boys”/“bad girls,” 178 Bar-­ On, Dan, 266, 271 Beck, Klaus, 277–­ 78 Beit Tikvah, 277–­ 278, 280 Benjamin, Walter, 1, 47, 129 Bergelson, David [Dovid], 8, 10, 67, 76–­ 82 Berlin Jewish Museum, 232, 293, 329, 333 Berlin Memorial (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), 263, 272, 313, 329, 333 Berlin, Symphony of a Great City, 11, 92, 102–­8 Berlin: emigration to, 11, 93, 169–­ 70, 174–­ 76, 189, 190, 192n16, 222–­ 23, 227, 230; eastern European Jews in, 6, 47, 54, 172–­ 73, 206 (see Ostjuden); literary center, 10, 67, 200; newspaper audiences in, 198; sentimental attachment to, 129, 133–­ 34, 137; center of intellectual/political development , 24–­ 26, 34–­ 39, 50–­ 53, 55–­ 56, 58, 85n6, 131; cityscape, 76–­ 81, 92, 102–­ 8; site of memory, 14, 232, 263, 272, 285–­ 86, 294 (see Berlin Jewish Museum; Berlin Memorial); postwar Jewish spaces in, 321–­22, 326, 321–­22, 326–­31, 333–­34; Klezmer scene in, 304–­ 13 (see Klezmer). See East Berlin; West Berlin Bern, Alan, 312. See Brave Old World Bialik, Chaim Nachman (Ch. N. Bialik), 47, 71, 101, 120n59 Bible, 11, 48, 52–­ 53, 57–­ 58, 62, 202, 208 bourgeoisie, German-­ Jewish: 5, 11, 91–­ 92, 107, 137, 241, 304; values, 36, 40, 76, 190, 193n44; lifestyle, 78–­ 79, 96, 125, 127, 247, 249, 252, 255, 269, 314 Bovshover, Joseph, 67, 71–­ 73 Bratter, Carl A., 201 Braun, Lily, 38–­ 39 346    Index Brave Old World, 309, 312, 319n37 Brecht, Bertolt, 94 Brenner, Michael, 6, 54 Brinkmann, Tobias, 201, 214n14 Brit Shalom (political organization), 129, 133 Buber, Martin, 48, 61, 127 Budapest, 91, 198; Jewry, 7 Bund, 31, 34, 43nn35 C.V.-­Zeitung (newspaper of the Centralverein ), 201 Cahan, Abraham, 81, 203, 215n19 Cambridge University, 155 Christianity: activists, 25, 28–­ 29; Jewish-­ Christian relations, 48, 56, 277–­ 78; Judeo-­ Christian notions/heritage, 209, 266, 331; literary characters, 202, 211; religion, 36, 59, 119n53, 173, 279–­ 80, 297 Clark, Kenneth, 154–­ 55 clothes, 130. See Konfektion Cold War, 289, 321, 327. See also East Germany ; West Germany comedy: slapstick, 170, 175, 190; sophisticated comedy, 170, 175, 180–­ 81, 182–­ 83, 187, 189–­ 90; screwball comedy, 183–­ 84, 187–­88, 195n55 communism: anticommunism, 185; Communist Party of Germany (KPD), 9, 38, 126, 324, 327–­ 28; in camps, 160, 188; in East Germany, 210, 277, 305; “salon Communist ,” 252; Soviet Union/Eastern Europe, 80, 332 cosmopolitanism: status, 24, 233, 239, 309; memories, 322, 331, 333–­ 34; city/metropolis , 190, 312, 326, 328; identity, 318n27, 330, 322, 339n61 Courtauld Institute, 151–­ 52 cultural transfer, 66–­ 85 Czinner, Paul, 103 Das Jüdische Echo, 202–­ 3, 205, 211, 215n17 Daube, David, 155–­ 56 deconstructivism, 282, 291, 293, 298 deportation: 5, 233, 248, 249, 269, 275n6, 288, 301n36, 304; to Auschwitz, 61, 243, 275n6, 287 Der heilige Berg, 93 Der Israelit, 197, 201–­ 2 Der Morgen, 220 Der Nister, 8, 10, 67, 74–­ 76, 82 Derrida, Jacques, 264–­ 65, 270 Dessau, Paul, 91, 100, 103 Di Yunge, 72, 82 diaspora, 2, 4, 58, 118n44, 172, 191n3, 221, 232, 312 Displaced Persons (DPs...


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  • Jews -- Germany -- History.
  • Germany -- Emigration and immigration.
  • Jews, German -- Foreign countries.
  • Jews, German, in literature.
  • Germany -- Civilization -- Jewish influences.
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