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Paul Liptz. The wonders and the challenges of the Jewish community’s rebirth in Poland, the FSU, the Czech Republic, & Germany. Part of 1st RJ Insider’s Guide to Jewish World Travel. Spring 2013.
How Temple Sinai youth groupers in Denver and Netzwerk students in Bunde, Germany developed and nurtured a longstanding relationship that continues to this day. Part of "What Works: Ideas & Initiatives." Spring 2010
Aron Hirt-Manheimer. Epiphany at the International Tracing Service, Bad Arolsen, Germany. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Paul A. Shapiro. What it took to open ITS, the largest archive of inaccessible Holocaust-related documents, in Bad Arolsen, Germany. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Four archives here to help, including ITS in Bad Arolsen, Germany. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Dan Fleshler. Thousands of Germans are documenting, restoring, and perpetuating the memory of Jewish life and culture before the Nazis took power. Part of Focus: The Battle for Memory. Winter 2009.
Uri Regev. The president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism offers a brief history of Reform Jewish life in Germany from the mid-19th century to the present. Part of Focus: German Jewry: Ruined & Reborn. Summer 2007. PDF
Walter Jacob. Who would have dreamed that, seven decades after Hitler, I would be back in Germany, ordaining the first generation of Reform rabbis since the Holocaust? Part of Focus: German Jewry: Ruined & Reborn. Summer 2007. PDF
Joachim Prinz (A Memoir). As a rabbi in Berlin during the Third Reich, I developed the theory that it is morally superior to be an anvil than a hammer—to be a hammer necessitates the immoral act of cruelty. Part of Focus: German Jewry: Ruined & Reborn. Summer 2007. PDF
Travelers to the German capital will encounter an extraordinary Jewish revival—galleries, restaurants, museums, memorials, and synagogues. Part of Focus: German Jewry: Ruined & Reborn. Summer 2007. PDF
Leonard Nimoy. "They admired me as 'Spock.' But how would the Germans perceive me as a Jew?" Fall 1999.

 
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