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German reparations and the Jewish world : a history of the claims conference

Author: Ronald W Zweig
Publisher: London ; Portland, OR : Frank Cass, 2001.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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"German Reparations and the Jewish World has become a standard reference work since it was first published. Based extensively on archival sources, the author examines the difficult debate within the Jewish world over whether it was possible to reach a material settlement with Germany so soon after Auschwitz. Concentrating on how the money was spent in rebuilding Jewish life, he also analyzes how the reparations  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Zweig, Ronald W.
German reparations and the Jewish world.
(DLC) 00069391
(OCoLC)45630572
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald W Zweig
ISBN: 9781135277970 1135277974
OCLC Number: 871257789
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 232 pages)
Contents: Restitution and Reparations --
Origins of the Claims Conference --
European Jewry After the Holocaust --
Reparations and the Organizations --
Principles of Allocation and the Cultural Program --
The Challenge of Reconstruction --
Commemorating the Holocaust --
Beyond Welfare.
Responsibility: Ronald Zweig.
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"German Reparations and the Jewish World has become a standard reference work since it was first published. Based extensively on archival sources, the author examines the difficult debate within the Jewish world over whether it was possible to reach a material settlement with Germany so soon after Auschwitz. Concentrating on how the money was spent in rebuilding Jewish life, he also analyzes how the reparations payments transformed the relations between Israel and the diaspora, and between different Jewish political and ideological groups. This revised and expanded edition includes material on sensitive relief programs from archives that have only recently been opened to researchers. In a new, extensive introductory essay Ron Zweig re-examines the reparations, restitution and indemnification processes from the perspective of 50 years later."--BOOK JACKET.

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