The dean of Yiddish versus Hitler’s professors.
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning college president’s troubling silence during World War II.
Gershom Scholem chose Israel; Theodor Adorno returned to Germany.
“Exposing the big lie that Israel was created as a Western colonialist outpost.”
Titans of industry are routinely honored in Germany, despite their wartime deeds.
“A drunken madman has taken hold of the world’s rudder and is sending us zigzagging into the abyss.”
Malka Haas’s free-range kids.
How cowardice gave a carte blanche to a Nazi apologist.
Even though it never is.
“Fascism seems to treat them well.”
More than just a small cog in a large machine.
Barring the gates of Palestine to Jewish refugees.
The telltale menorah.
Carl Laemmle and the “boys from Laupheim.”