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This book is the result of a series of interviews of Robin Ostow with Jews in the German Democratic Republic. For the first time since the founding of the East German state in 1949 Jews have been allowed to speak openly. Jewish men and women of different ages were interviewed: some are members and functionaries of the Jewish Community, and others members of the socialist Unity Party. Among the interviewees are two historians, a philosopher, a sociologist, a social worker, a psychotherapist and a Yiddish folksinger. They discuss the history and structure of the Jewish Community, the experience of living as a Jew, and the role of Jews in public life in "the first worker and peasant state on German soil".
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