By the 1960s, many Eastern European Jews had developed a dual image of Germany – as the country of the Holocaust on the one hand and of high civilization on the other. But beginning in the 1980s, the first post-Holocaust generation had come to maturity viewing Germany as simply an industrial country, even more sterile […]

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