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Zionism in Germany, 1897-1933

the shaping of a Jewish identity

by Stephen M. Poppel

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Published by Jewish Publication Society of America in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany
    • Subjects:
    • Zionism -- Germany -- History.,
    • Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1800-1933.,
    • Germany -- History -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStephen M. Poppel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS149 .P72
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 234 p., [6] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4884477M
      ISBN 100827600852
      LC Control Number76014284

        The cover of the paperback edition of Brenner’s book displays the commemorative medal struck by Nazi Germany to mark its Zionist alliance, with a Star-of-David on the front face and a Swastika on the obverse.   This book is a study of the ideological and political relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism in modern Germany. It analyzes the nature of modern German anti-Semitism, the decision-making process precipitating the Nazi mass murder of European Jews, and the role of German Zionism in German-Jewish history before the Holocaust/5(2).

      Books shelved as zionism: A History of Zionism by Walter Laqueur, The Invention of the Jewish People by Shlomo Sand, The Holocaust Industry: Reflections.   The Haavara Agreement was the only formal contract signed between Nazi Germany and a Zionist organisation. The signatories were the Reich Ministry of Economics, the Zionistische Vereinigung für Author: Rainer Schulze.

        This is a study of the ideological and political relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism in modern Germany. It analyzes the nature of modern German anti-Semitism, the decision-making process precipitating the Nazi mass murder of European Jews, and the role of German Zionism in German-Jewish history before the Holocaust.2/5(1). The former mayor of London Ken Livingstone has defended his explosive claim that Adolf Hitler was ‘a Zionist’ by citing Lenni Brenner’s book Zionism in the Age of ing to Livingstone – now suspended from the UK Labour Party – ‘Lenni’s book shows a shared common belief between the Nazis and the Zionists they wanted to preserve their ethnic purity and that’s.


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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. This is a study of the ideological and political relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism in modern Germany. It analyzes the nature of modern German anti-Semitism, the decision-making process precipitating the Nazi mass murder of European Jews, and the role of German Zionism in German-Jewish history before the Holocaust/5(3).

Zionism in Germany The Shaping of a Jewish Identity by Stephen Poppel () challenged the mainstream of Jewish history written from a triumphalist Zionist perspective.

Seen through this optic, the history of diaspora communities was a chronicle of assimilation and demographic decline culminating in the Holocaust, a catastrophe redeemed only by the far-sighted minority who built the.

This review is from: Zionism and Anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany (Paperback) Up until the start of WW II, the Nazis focused on both removing Jews from public life and on promoting Jewish emigration. The two policies conflicted in multiple ways/5. The historian Stephen Poppel, certainly no enemy of the ZVfD, categorically states in his book, Zionism in Germanythat after the Rundschau'did not begin to take systematic, detailed notice of anti-Jewish agitation and violence until '.

Far from warning and defending the Jews, prominent Zionists opposed antiNazi activity. No sooner had the first anti-Jewish pogroms been held, than the Zionist Union for Germany, on 21 Junesubmitted a memorandum to the Nazi Government, proposing that the ‘new German state' recognize the Zionist movement as the most suitable Jewish group in the new Germany with which to deal, that Jewish status in Germany thenceforth be regulated on the basis of a group status rather.

Zionism and the Third Reich. by Mark Weber. Early ina passenger ship bound for Haifa in Palestine left the German port of Bremerhaven. Its stern bore the Hebrew letters for its name, "Tel Aviv," while a swastika banner fluttered from the mast. And although the ship was Zionist-owned, its captain was a National Socialist Party member.

56 JOURNALOP PALEST1NK STl'DlfcSthere were, for example, only persons [not even 2 percent) eligible tovotein the Zionist Conventions {that is, as membersofZionist organizations).5 At the regional elections of the Jewish community in Prussia that were held in Februaryonly 26 membersOut of elected belonged to Zionist groups.6 A report by the Keren.

Zionism as an organized movement is generally considered to have been founded by Theodor Herzl in However, the history of Zionism began earlier and is related to Judaism and Jewish Hovevei Zion, or the Lovers of Zion, were responsible for the creation of 20 new Jewish cities in Palestine between and Before the Holocaust, the movement's central aims were the re.

Zionism is a religious and political effort that brought thousands of Jews from around the world back to their ancient homeland in the Middle East and reestablished Israel as the central location.

This is a study of the ideological and political relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism in modern Germany, from the nineteenth century through the Third Reich, focusing on the years between Brand: Francis R.

Nicosia. Zionism is the national political movement dedicated to the establishment and preservation of a Jewish state in the land of Israel. You’re an Israeli historian but you are not a Zionist.

Perhaps you could tell us about your background and how your views on Israel and the. Zionism in Germany the shaping of a Jewish identity. Home. Our collections. Books Zionism in Germany the shaping of a Jewish identity.

description Object description. Bibl.:p Object description. Includes index. Show more. Object details Category Books Creator POPPEL, STEPHEN M. (Author) The Jewish Publication. Zionism is seen as part of the general Jewish plot to control the world.

Der Schulungsbrief was a general interest Nazi periodical with a circulation of over 1, in Nazi block wardens attempted to sell copies to every German citizen.

Get this from a library. Zionism in Germany, the shaping of a Jewish identity. [Stephen M Poppel]. Zionism in Germany, The Shaping of a Jewish Identity Hardcover – Jan.

1 by Stephen M. Poppel (Author)Author: Stephen M. Poppel. This is a study of the ideological and political relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism in modern Germany, from the nineteenth century through the Third Reich, focusing on the years between.

THE SECRET CONTACTS: ZIONISM AND NAZI GERMANY, KLAUS POLKEHN* Anti-Semitism became official German government policy when Hitler was named Chancellor of the German Reich on Janu The historian Stephen Poppel, certainly no enemy of the ZVfD, categorically states in his book, Zionism in Germanythat after the Rundschau “did not begin to take systematic, detailed notice of anti-Jewish agitation and violence until ”.

Far from warning and defending the Jews, prominent Zionists opposed anti-Nazi activity. This study of the Zionist movement in Germany, Britain, and the United States recognizes 'Western Zionism' as a distinctive force. From the First World War until the rise of Hitler, the Zionist movement encouraged Jews to celebrate aspects of a reborn Jewish nationality and sovereignty in Palestine, while at the same time acknowledging that their members would mostly 'stay put' and .); S.

Poppel, Zionism in Germany (Philadelphia ); on German-Jewish emi-gration to Palestine after see Y. Gelber, New Homeland (Jerusalem ) (Hebrew); idem, 'The Historical Role of the Central European Immigration to Israel', Leo Baeck Year Book .General Zionism (or Liberal Zionism) was initially the dominant trend within the Zionist movement from the First Zionist Congress in until after the First World War.

General Zionists identified with the liberal European middle class to which many Zionist leaders such as .