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No Justice in Germany: The Breslau Diaries, 1933-1941

Willy Cohn ; edited by Norbert Conrads ; translated by Kenneth Kronenberg
Format
Book
Published
Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, c2012.
Language
English
German (translated from)
Uniform Title
Kein Recht, nirgends English
Series
Stanford studies in Jewish history and culture
ISBN
9780804773249 (cloth : alk. paper), 0804773246 (cloth : alk. paper)
Contents
  • The seizure of power and the abolition of rights
  • Looking for work and intellectual diversion
  • The Jewish Museum
  • The Röhm Putsch
  • Lectures
  • Ernst on his way to Palestine
  • Berlin or Palestine?
  • Youth work
  • In Bad Kudowa
  • The directorship at the Jewish Gymnasium
  • Lectures and publications
  • Teaching appointment at the Jewish Theological Seminary
  • Exploratory trip to Palestine
  • Daily life
  • The annexation of Austria
  • The "big geserah" of November 9, 1938
  • Efforts to get the children out
  • Hopes for Palestine
  • Commission from Germania Judaica
  • Ruth's departure
  • Coercion and seduction by the Gestapo
  • The outbreak of the World War
  • The first deportations
  • Writing his memoirs
  • The geserah of the Baden Jews
  • Insecurity and harassment
  • The Russian campaign and the war against the Jews
  • Eviction
  • Final paths.
Description
xxii, 414 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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