Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country)

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  • Title: Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country)
  • Author: Yascha Mounk
  • ISBN: 9783036957
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover

☆ Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country) ☆ Yascha Mounk, Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country), Yascha Mounk, Echt du bist Jude Stranger in My Own Country H r auf zu l gen Jeder wei dass es keine Juden mehr gibt Mit diesem Kommentar seines Klassenkameraden beginnt f r Yascha Mounk die Auseinandersetzung mit seinem J dischsein Er der als einer von zwei Juden er und seine Mutter in dem schw bischen Nest Laupheim aufgewachsen ist erlebte das verkrampfte Verh ltnis vieler Deutscher zu Juden bereits in

Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country)

☆ Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country) ☆ Yascha Mounk ☆ Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country) ☆ Yascha Mounk - Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country), Echt du bist Jude Stranger in My Own Country H r auf zu l gen Jeder wei dass es keine Juden mehr gibt Mit diesem Kommentar seines Klassenkameraden beginnt f r Yascha Mounk die Auseinandersetzung mit seinem J dischsein Er der als einer von zwe Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country)

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Echt, du bist Jude? (Stranger in My Own Country)

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  1. An important book for its insider look at Germany and its complicated relationship with Jews The only thing I didn t like about it is that the author wrote only about the negatives, as if Germany is a lost cause and will never adapt to non German elements within its borders One thing he didn t really touch on was how he feels about Germans, other than to say that the way they walk on eggshells around Jews is almost as bad to him as outright anti Semitism I thought he covered the topics of immigr [...]


  2. I came to this book through Mark Oppenheimer s review in the New York Times book review It s a good review, all things considered, and Yascha is lucky to have gotten it It helped that he is Jewish at least culturally, a guy, Harvard affiliated and loves New York and he is harshing a bit on Germany The faults are attributed to his youth I have lived in NY since 1967 and attended many Jewish film festivals I have been struck by the many films jointly produced by Israel and Germany This book explor [...]


  3. I didn t like this book as much as I hoped to, or wanted to See, by the way, a very interesting and, I think, accurate review in the NY Times The author, a young PhD student at Harvard, is from a Polish family, the few of his family to survive the Holocaust Due to purges of Jews in Poland and job opportunities his mother moved to Germany and that s where the author was raised and educated His account of being the only Jew many of his contemporaries had ever met is both interesting, amusing and t [...]


  4. A shockingly rude awakening I picked up the book to find answered to questions about modern Germans attitude towards the atrocities committed by their ancestors Questions to which I intuitively had preconceived answers to But I discovered in this book was an eye opening revelation about every aspect of modern Germany s mindset far beyond of what I was expecting or looking to discover I am truly shocked Every Jew, German, every person must read this book to gain insight into his or her own set of [...]


  5. Fascinating perspective of current day Germany told through the eyes of Jewish young man raised there who no longer feels he can live there A combination of autobiography, history and novel Although biased from one perspective I certainly learned while reading it.


  6. Mounk stellt Deutschland dar als gefangen zwischen Antisemitismus und Philosemitismus.Er ist dabei zugegebenerma en in den Details nicht immer ganz korrekt z.B die Beschreibung der Flugzeugentf hrung durch Wilfried B se Was Mounk erz hlt stimmt nur bedingt Die Teilung der Passagiere fand nicht in Juden und Nicht Juden statt, sondern in Israelis und Nicht Israelis, vgl haaretz surviving the , betraf also eine politische und nicht eine religi se oder ethnische Kategorie.Er beschreibt dabei durchau [...]


  7. Lest we forget, deny or pretend it never happened This book is an honest reflection on man s inability to take responsibility for one s action, be it through passively ignoring evil and the effect it has on future generations The sins of the fathers are truely visited on the children, again and again The author Yasha Mounk is a voice of a new generation, consciously grappling with the uncomprehending evils of WW2 It seems Europe needs reminding ever so often not to become complancent and passive [...]


  8. The author takes the rare privilege of his unique standpoint to open a window into German culture This was especially appreciated given my own background Most readers may not be as intimately concerned with postwar German politics, but this very personal but at the same time thoroughly researched and considered analysis is a precious gem.


  9. Thought provoking Germany dealing with its past by either fawning on Jewish Germans or trying to find fault with Israel The writing is engaging and lively.


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