London: Published for the Institute by Secker & Warburg, 2004. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece photo, xii, 483 pp., b/w illustrations, bibliography, list of contributors, index. Very Good. Item #72473
Preface by Grenville and Gross. Articles are "'Endlösung' on the 'Amber Shore': The Massacre in January 1945 on the Baltic Seashore - A Repressed Chapter of East Prussian History," Andreas Kossert, "'For a Time I was Privileged to Enjoy his Friendship...' The Ambivalent Relationship between Hans Jonas and Gershom Scholem, "The Torch Bearer: Norbert Elias as a Young Zionist," Jörg Hackeschmidt, "'The Enemy of Hypothesis': Fritz Saxl as Acting Director of the Bibliothek Warburg," Dorothea McEwan, "The Last Testament of Sigmund Freud," Robert S. Wistrich, "Jewish Remigration: An Overview of an Emerging Discipline," Marita Krauss, "The Policy for the Past in West Germany and Israel: The Case of Jewish Remigration," Meron Mendel, "'Helaed Biographies'? Jewish Remigration and Indemnification for National Socialist Injustice," Tobias Winstel, "Americanization as Globalisation? Remigries to West Germany after 1945 and Conceptions of Democracy: The Cases of Hans Rthfels, Ernst Fraenkel and Hans Rosenberg," Arnd Bauerkämper, "Returning from Forced Exile: Some Obseervations on Theodor W. Adorno's and Hannah Arendt's Experience of Postwar Germany and Their Political Theories of Totalitarianism," Lars Rensmann, "Hidden Memory and Unspoken History: Hans Rothfels and the Postwar Restoration of Contemporary German History," Nicolas Berg, "Comment," Gabriel Motzkin, "The German-or-Yiddish Controversy within the Haskalah and the European 'Dialogue of the Dead': Tuvyah Feder's 'Kol Mehazezim' versus Mendel Lefin's Translation of the Book of Proverbs," Moshe Pelli, Bibliography for 2003.