Germans and Jews

Germans and Jews
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Rafal

ok

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william

Interesting with thoughtful views from interviewees. Somewhat surprising.

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Yissel

I really enjoyed watching this documentary and made me thought about my own role as a (possible) immigrant in the US.

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susan

i really appreciated this film...very complicated topic...it is still a concern that there are few Germans who still have not come into contact with a Jew and should be part of the Holocaust Education. I would have liked the discussion of the importance of the survival of the Jewish State to ...Read more

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Dylan

Many of my Jewish friends and family members have discussed the visceral reaction they have to a German accent. Despite the fact that Berlin has one of the fastest growing Jewish populations in the world, many American Jews remain apprehensive and even fearful about German culture. This new ...Read more

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