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Purim in LBI collections
Legal Sabotage: Ernst Fraenkel in Hitler's Germany
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Reporting for Tachles, Katja Behling writes, "For one year, the LBI will show an object on the Internet every week, illustrating the collective and individual experiences of the Jewish population in German-speaking countries. These ambivalent experiences over the centuries have included, on the one hand, discrimination, displacement, persecution, and destruction–an existence on revocation. And on the other hand: acceptance, acculturation and advancement in society–for example to key figures of the Enlightenment, of progress." Click here to read the article (in German).