The German-Jewish Soldiers of the First World War in History and Memory

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Index
Aachen 25
Adams, Vyvyan 142
Adenauer, Konrad 96, 129, 168, 170, 191
AJR-Information 200
Allgemeine Elektrizitäts Gesellschaft (AEG) 25
Allgemeine Wochenzeitung der Juden in Deutschland 160, 164, 191
Allied occupation of Germany 159, 161–8
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee 163
Amiens 56
Amsterdam 143
Angress, Werner 213
anti-Semitism 6, 48–9, 80, 122, 130–50, 162, 168, 173, 194, 197, 200–205
defence against 5, 24, 30–4, 59, 62, 93–4, 110, 112–14, 128–30, 134–8, 142–3
during the First World War 4, 23, 31–4, 56, 60, 222
in the Federal Republic of Germany 190–1, 224
in Weimar Germany 4–5, 58–60, 63–5, 77, 80–1, 92–4, 104, 106–8, 111–13, 126–8, 223
Jewish boycott 130–2, 135, 137
Nazi legislation 132, 135–6, 139, 141–2, 144, 150, 171, 223
Pogrom (Kristallnacht) 145–7, 150, 179, 204
armistice (1918) 4, 55–7, 222
Army chaplains 33, 35–6, 63, 68, 100–1, 133, 198
Asch, Adolph 133
Ascher, Bertram 42
Association for Welfare of Soldiers in Israel 211
Association of Persecutees of the Nazi Regime 169
Aufbau 173
Austria 5, 143, 145
Austria-Hungary 3
Bad Berka 103
Baeck, Leo 68, 110, 147
Balfour Declaration 60
Ball-Kaduri, Kurt Jakob 181
Barlach, Ernst 124–6
Bayerischer Rundfunk 196
Belgium 25, 27, 35, 208
Ben-Gurion, David 191
Benjamin, Walter 98, 124
Bergen-Belsen 172–4, 178
Berlin 13, 24–7, 32, 35, 41, 45–7, 56–8, 61–2, 68–9, 71–2, 78–80, 88, 100–2, 104, 110–11, 113, 123–5, 129, 133–4, 138, 144, 146–8, 159–60, 163–5, 179, 195–6, 204, 206, 210
Berliner Tageblatt 109
Sender Freies Berlin 196
Bethmann Hollweg, Theodor von 32
Beutinger, Emil 161–2
Bing, Max 76
Bismarck, Otto von 93
Block, Fritz 73, 79
Bloem, Walter 113
Bonn 182, 213
Borchardt, John 74
Bornschein, H. 25
Brandes, Sally 29
Brandt, Willy 289
Brantzky, Franz 79
Brauer, Max 143, 169, 177

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