With its eleven essays, city portraits, personal portraits, and numerous illustrations, the catalogue describes the diversity of Jewish experiences in the years following the war. Taking a pan-European, transnational perspective, the book gives an account of how Jewish survivors and refugees actively took their fate into their own hands after the breakdown of civilizations. It relates their search for surviving relatives, their organising their emigration, rebuilding their social networks and their communities, as well as their demanding justice, restitution, and the documentation of the Nazi crimes.
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