In Hitler’s Munich, Jews, The Revolution, And the Rise of Nazism – Professor Michael Brenner
Chair, Jewish History and Culture, Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich
Seymour and Lillian Abensohn Chair in Israel Studies, American University
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In Hitler’s Munich – Professor Michael Brenner – Intro:
Professor Michael Brenner introduces his groundbreaking work, In Hitler’s Munich – Jews, The Revolution and the Rise of Nazism
Jews of Munich – Post WW1:
What was the state of Munich Jewry during the years immediately following the Great War?
Munich Revolution 1918:
What occurred during the short-lived Munich Revolution of 1918?
Jewish German Revolutionaries – How Jewish?
One of the leading Jewish socialist revolutionaries was Kurt Eisner. Did his Jewishness play a role in the revolution?
Jewish Revolutionaries & Anti-Semitism:
Did the fact that prominent revolutionaries were Jewish engender a rise in anti-Semitism?
Who were the Ostjuden?
Germany Jewry was divided between native Germans and immigrants from Eastern Europe. How did that relationship impact on the community at large?
Anti-Semitism: Munich Post WW1:
How did anti-Semitism manifest itself in the critical post war years?
Hitler’s Beer Hall Putsch 1923:
How did Hitler’s unsuccessful Beer Hall Putsch of 1923 impact Munich Jewry?
Jewish Community: Munich versus Berlin:
What were the differences between the Jewish communities of, larger Berlin, versus smaller Munich?
Why Study Munich Post WW1?
What lessons can be learned about preserving democracy from the impactful events of post WW1 Munich?