London: Published for the Institute by Secker & Warburg, 1993. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece photo, xxii, 618 pp., b/w illustrations, bibliography, list of contributors, index. Very Good. Item #72467
Preface by Paucker. Introductory Essay, "Jews as Jews versus Jews as Germans - Two Historical Perspectives," Michael A. Meyer. Articles are "Two Silent Minorities - Orhtodox Jews and poor Jews in Berlin 1770-1823," Steven M. Lowenstein, "The World of Moses Mendelssohn," Eva Engle Holland, "Anti-Anti 1889-1892," Jacob Toury, "The Rise of Jewish Defence Agitation in Germany, 1890-1895 - A Pre-History of the C.V.," Jacob Borut, "The Centralverein and the American Jewish Committee - A Comparative Study," Evyatar Freisel, "Countering the pre-1933 Nazi Boycott against the Jews," Sibylle Morgenthaler, "The Prosecution of Antisemities by the Courts in the Weimar Republic - Was Justice Served,?" Cyril Levitt, "Jewish Lawyers in Germany, 1848-1938 - The Disintegration of a Profession," Konrad H. Jarausch, "Partners and Pariahs - Jews and Medicine in Modern Jewish Society," Geoffrey Cocks, "Academics in Germany: German and Jew - Some Preliminary Remarks," Fritz K. Ringer, "The German Professionals and their Jewish Colleagues - Comments on the Papers of Konrad H. Jarausch, Geoffrey Coacks and Fritz K. Ringer," Fritz Stern, "One of Wagner's Jewish Friends - Bethold Auerbach and his Unpublished Reply to Richard Wagner's Antisemitism (1881)," Paul Lawrence Rose, "Social Democracy on the Ambigous Ground between Antipathy and Antisemitism - The Example of Wilhelm Hasenclaver," Shlomo Na'aman, "The End of Emancipation and the Illusion of Preferential Treatment - German Zionsim, 1933-1938,"