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Lecture 6

JS 211gw Lecture 6: 2

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Judaic Studies
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JS 211gw
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Cornell Notes Name: Tiffany Kim Topic: Final Study Guide Class: JS 211 Date: 12817 Essential Question: QuestionsMain Ideas: Notes: My Life Before and After Hitler Who: Edwin Landau What: It was a response to phase 1 of the Holocaust. He declared himself Zionist and moved to Palestine and wanted to turn German shame into national pride. Specifically, there were mentions of boycotts and how German soldiers would stand outside and prevent people from entering. Basically described the shifting perceptions of Jews during this time period as well as his perceptions of West Prussia and Germans as a place that had betrayed him. When: written in 1940 (the beginning of the Nazi regime: before they were rounding people up and Jews were still functioning in society); reflecting on 19181940. Men were getting more involved in politics and he clearly saw the difference in business Where: West Prussia Significance: Loss sense of shared humanity (very fragmented), collapse of civic culture long before extermination, German perspective changing, Jews question their role in society Kaplans theory of gender responses: men took it more politically while women were a lot more nuanced in the everyday. Differentiating Factors: He talks about it in the first person I, There is a lack of violence but a lot in terms of religion and dehumanization on a social level. Not related to a concentration camp. Watches boycotts and talks a lot about politics. Writes this when Jews were a part of society. This was before deportation and concentration camps.
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