Germany boasts 1,700 years of Jewish history, but that history is often overshadowed by the Holocaust. Two female rabbis in Berlin, one queer, one a convert to Judaism, may represent the diversity in Jewish life in Germany today.
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1700 years of Jewish history. In this commemorative year, Germany looks back and explores new perspectives, but how do we cope at a time when anti-Semitism and right-wing populism are on the rise?
Celebrating 1,700 years of the Jewish life in Germany, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has lauded Jews' contribution to German society and called for an "honest look" at their history.
The names of 10 million victims of the Holocaust are recorded in the Arolsen Archives. For a week, these names will be projected publicly in Berlin, and shared with the world via livestream.
Tackling anti-Semitism amid a pandemic: Deborah Hartmann takes the helm at the House of the Wannsee Conference, where top Nazis planned the "Final Solution."
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