Die unsichtbare Mauer W. Michael Blumenthal

ISBN: 9783423307888

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Die unsichtbare Mauer  by  W. Michael Blumenthal

Die unsichtbare Mauer by W. Michael Blumenthal
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W. Michael Blumenthal, a German Jew who arrived in the U.S. with $65 in his pocket, went on to become President Jimmy Carters Secretary of the Treasury. He comes by his over-achievement honestly: his ancestors include jewelers, composers,MoreW. Michael Blumenthal, a German Jew who arrived in the U.S. with $65 in his pocket, went on to become President Jimmy Carters Secretary of the Treasury. He comes by his over-achievement honestly: his ancestors include jewelers, composers, businessmen, and literati, whose stories he collects in The Invisible Wall: The Mystery of the Germans and Jews.

These stories are the lens through which Blumenthal views the history of Christian-Jewish relations in Germany, and the means by which he answers the question of why Jews in that country experienced such a promising beginning, so much hope and so much accomplishment--and so terrible an end.

His answers to that question are both careful and controversial, and his book, as a whole, will convince many that its finally impossible to separate personal and political responsibilities. --Michael Joseph Gross



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