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German pogrom of November 1938 and the reaction of American jewry

Gottschalk, Alfred.

German pogrom of November 1938 and the reaction of American jewry

by Gottschalk, Alfred.

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Published by Leo Baeck Institute in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany,
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Kristallnacht, 1938 -- Public opinion.,
    • Jews -- United States -- Attitudes.,
    • Jews -- United States -- Politics and government.,
    • Public opinion -- United States.,
    • Germany -- Foreign public opinion, American.,
    • United States -- Ethnic relations.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-27)

      Statementby Alfred Gottschalk.
      SeriesLeo Baeck memorial lecture ;, 32
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS135.G3 A263 no. 32, DS135.G3315 A263 no. 32
      The Physical Object
      Pagination27 p. ;
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1791536M
      LC Control Number89188952

        TO PROCEED from the macrolie of the Holocaust to the microlie of Crystal Night is an interesting research trip into the mechanics of racial propaganda. In the press reports recounting the observance of the 40th anniversary of the famous outburst (Nov. 10, ) against German Jewry, triggered by the assassination of a German diplomat in Paris by a Polish Jew, the Associated Press .   Bibi and the Holocaust. and the Nuremburg Laws of and the Kristallnacht pogrom of November were milestones in this campaign.

      Pogrom against Jews throughout Nazi Germany on 9–10 November Kristallnacht Part of the Holocaust The interior of the Fasanen.   The country-wide pogrom began on November 9, , and lasted through the 10th. Over the course of Kristallnacht, close to Jews were killed, 30, Jewish men were arrested, hundreds of synagogues were burned and desecrated and over 7, Jewish shops were vandalized and had their shop windows shattered.

        The German Pogrom of November and the Reaction of American Jewry. New York: Leo Baeck Institute, Memorial Lecture 32 27 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. () $ Gronowicz Antoni. Four from the Old Town. Scribner’s, pp. Novel of four youth in the Polish Underground resisting the Nazis. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. The November issue of Time magazine wrote that “the civilized world stands revolted by a bloody pogrom against a defenseless people.” [34] The New York Herald Tribune wrote on Novem that the response to Kristallnacht was “flabbergasting,” and that they were in receipt of 3, telegrams, uncounted letters, and several.


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Get this from a library. The German pogrom of November and the reaction of American jewry. [Alfred Gottschalk] -- The author, who experienced the "Kristallnacht" pogrom in Germany, emphasizes the muted response of the American Jewish establishment to it.

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The German pogrom of November and the reaction of American Jewry / by Alfred Gottschalk Publication | Library Call Number: DSG G67 This. A pogrom is a violent riot aimed at the massacre or persecution of an ethnic or religious group, particularly one aimed at Jews. The Slavic-languages term originally entered the English language in order to describe 19th- and 20th-century attacks on Jews in the Russian Empire (mostly within the Pale of Settlement).Similar attacks against Jews at other times and places also became Target: Predominantly Jews.

Kristallnacht (German pronunciation: [kʁɪsˈtalnaχt] ()) or the Night of Broken Glass, also called the November Pogrom(s), was a pogrom against Jews carried out by SA paramilitary forces and civilians throughout Nazi Germany on 9–10 November The German authorities looked on without intervening.

The name Kristallnacht ("Crystal Night") comes from the shards of broken glass that Attack type: Pogrom, looting, arson, mass murder, state.

[from ' Kristallnacht ': the November Pogrom, Mémorial de la Shoah,p] Intensification of Persecution in After five years of National Socialism the leaders of the regime found that, despite threats and persecution, three-quarters of the Reich's Jews had chosen to stay on.

On November 7,Hirshil Grynzspan, a seventeen-year-old Polish Jew, walked into the German Embassy in Paris and shot the first diplomat he saw.

The death of Ernst von Rath, the legation secretary (who was in fact anti-Nazi) was used by the Germans as an excuse to mount a pogrom against the Jews of Germany.

New York Times, Nov. 11,   On NovemFranklin D. Roosevelt (), the American president, responded to Kristallnacht by reading a statement to the media in. Sixty-six years ago this week, Nazi storm troopers carried out the infamous Kristallnacht pogrom against the Jews of Germany.

On November 9about one hundred Jews were murdered more were sent to concentration camps. Nearly synagogues were burned down. More than 7, Jewish-owned business were destroyed. The German Pogrom of November and the Reaction of American Jewry.

New York: Leo Baeck Institute, New York: Leo Baeck Institute, (DS G G67 ) [. The German Pogrom. November An Account of Facts, Wiener Library WL/ JMB MFunpaginated.

Lionel Kochan, Pogrom: 10 November (London: Andre Deutsch, ), He continues: “There was nothing spontaneous about the pogrom.

But nor was it wholly contrived and organized. Of necessity, a great deal had to be left to local Author: Wolf Gruner, Steven J. Ross. On the overall American Jewish response, beyond the theological, see Sander A. Diamond, “The Kristallnacht and the Reaction in America,” in YIVO Annual 14 (): – Google Scholar Alfred Gottschalk, The German Pogrom of November and the Reaction of American Jewry (New York: Leo Baeck Institute, ).Author: Gershon Greenberg.

Kristallnacht offers a succinct narration of the well-known events leading up to the pogrom. On Monday, November 7, at in the morning, a year-old Jew named Herschel Grynszpan.

Bismarck, Anti-Semitism and the Tragedy of German Jewry. Michael Brenner The German Pogrom of November and the Reaction of American Jewry. Leo Baeck Memorial Lecture No. Leo Baeck, The Man and the Idea. Contact. Leo Baeck Institute.

The German Pogrom of November and the Reaction of American Jewry. New York: Leo Baeck Institute, New York: Leo Baeck Institute, (DS. The passivity of the German people in the face of the events of Kristallnacht made it clear that the Nazis would encounter little opposition—even from the German churches.

Following the meeting, a wide-ranging set of antisemitic laws were passed which had the clear intent, in Goering's words, of "Aryanizing" the German economy.

The czarist pogroms in Russia and the November pogrom in Germany all occurred with government participation in the planning and the violence. Nonetheless, the involvement of the population in Russia was considerably greater than in Germany, since the integration of Jews into German society was considerably more advanced than in Russia.

Sixty-six years ago this week, Nazi stormtroopers carried out the infamous Kristallnacht pogrom against the Jews of Germany. On November 9about one hundred Jews were murdered and. Sixty-five years ago this week, Nazi storm troopers carried out the infamous Kristallnacht pogrom against the Jews of Germany.

On November 9about one hundred Jews were murdered more were sent to concentration camps. Nearly synagogues were burned down. More than 7, Jewish-owned business were destroyed.The German Pogrom of November and the Reaction of American Jewry. New York: Leo Baeck Institute, New York: Leo Baeck Institute, (DS G G67 ) [Find in a .In November a young Jewish man requested an interview with the German ambassador in Paris and met with a legation secretary, whom he shot and killed to protest his family's treatment in Germany.

This incident provided the pretext for a pogrom the Nazis incited against the Jews on 9 November Members of the SA damaged or destroyed Capital and largest city: Berlin, 52°31′N 13°23′E .