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- 1 A Historiography of Postwar Writings on Jewish Music during the 1930s and 1940s
- 2 “With an Open Mind and with Respect”
- 3 Musical Memories of Terezín in Transnational Perspective
- 4 “Vu ahin zol ikh geyn?”
- 5 The Katset-Teater and the Development of Yiddish Theater in the DP Camp Bergen-Belsen
- 6 “Driven from Their Home”
- 7 Remembering the Concentration Camps
- 8 Eberhard Rebling, Lin Jaldati, and Yiddish Music in East Germany, 1949–1962
- 9 Jewishness and Antifascism
- 10 Where Is the Holocaust in All This?
- 11 Represence of Jewishness in German Music Commemorating the Holocaust since the 1980s
- 12 Germany’s Commemoration of the Jüdischer Kulturbund
The Beginning of the End: Moments of Represence in Post-Holocaust Germany
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