The Jewish News "The terrible story of the Holocaust overshadows all else, including the story of Jewish life in the years leading up to the catastrophe. Broken Threads opens a fascinating window on the world of German and Austrian Jewry before the war. The two Jews to whom the book is dedicated, Paul Meyer in Cologne, producer of fine lace, and Leonore Freiman, then at Fashion School in Vienna, were typical of the creative, vibrant commercial and artistic life that was blotted out." -Sir Martin Gilbert "Broken Threads illuminates both visually and intellectually the role of the Jews in German culture and commerce, the creative contribution of Jews to German and Austrian national life, and the assault against the Jews, year-by-year, event-by-event. The book describes the transforming nature of German anti-Semitism. By focusing on one industry,Broken Threadsexplores in rich detail some of the largest issues in both Weimar culture and the Nazi assault against the Jews." -Michael Berenbaum, Director, Sigi Ziering Institute The University of Judaism "The vibrant rags-to-riches spectrum of direct Jewish involvement in the fashion industries of Germany and Austria is brought to life in this important new book which details the insidious dismantling and destruction of an entire culture." -Dr Sima Godfrey, Director, Institute for European Studies University of British Columbia">
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Titre : Broken Threads.The destruction of the jewish fashion industry in Germany and Austria
Auteur : Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
Editeur : ROBERTA S. KREMER
Prix : 10,00 €
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Résumé :
"A perfect read if you count Jewish history and fashion amongst your main interests."
- The Jewish News

"The terrible story of the Holocaust overshadows all else, including the story of Jewish life in the years leading up to the catastrophe. Broken Threads opens a fascinating window on the world of German and Austrian Jewry before the war. The two Jews to whom the book is dedicated, Paul Meyer in Cologne, producer of fine lace, and Leonore Freiman, then at Fashion School in Vienna, were typical of the creative, vibrant commercial and artistic life that was blotted out."
-Sir Martin Gilbert

"Broken Threads illuminates both visually and intellectually the role of the Jews in German culture and commerce, the creative contribution of Jews to German and Austrian national life, and the assault against the Jews, year-by-year, event-by-event. The book describes the transforming nature of German anti-Semitism. By focusing on one industry,Broken Threadsexplores in rich detail some of the largest issues in both Weimar culture and the Nazi assault against the Jews."
-Michael Berenbaum, Director, Sigi Ziering Institute
The University of Judaism

"The vibrant rags-to-riches spectrum of direct Jewish involvement in the fashion industries of Germany and Austria is brought to life in this important new book which details the insidious dismantling and destruction of an entire culture."
-Dr Sima Godfrey, Director, Institute for European Studies
University of British Columbia
ISBN / EAN13 : 9781845206604
Nombre de pages : 128
Dimension / Poids : 0,57 Kg
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