Edited by:Kata Bohus, Atina Grossmann, Werner Hanak and Mirjam Wenzel
De Gruyter Oldenbourg
After the Shoah, Jewish survivors actively took control of their destiny. Despite catastrophic and hostile circumstances, they built networks and communities, fought for justice, and documented Nazi crimes. The essays, illustrations, and portraits of people and places contained in this volume are informed by a pan-European perspective. The book accompanies the first special exhibition at the re-opened Jewish Museum in Frankfurt.
An overview of Jewish experiences in the early postwar period from a pan-European perspective
New findings and unpublished photos from Eastern and Western Europe
An overall view with historical essays, city as well as person portraits
Atina Grossmann, The Cooper Union, New York; Kata Bohus, Werner Hanak, Mirjam Wenzel, Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt/M.