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10.8.2014. 17:38
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Europe in the Eyes of Survivors of the Holocaust


Edited by Zeev Mankowitz, David Weinberg and Sharon Kangisser Cohen


For most survivors of the Holocaust, the memory of Europe was marked by death and destruction. In Europe in the Eyes of Survivors of the Holocaust, a group of distinguished scholars suggest a more nuanced view by examining the perspectives of ten survivor-writers, philosophers, activists, and memoirists whose attitudes towards the European past were characterized by conflicting feelings of alienation and attraction.



Za većinu preživjelih Holokausta sjećanje na Europu je obilježeno smrću i razaranjem. U Europi je  grupa  od 10 eminentnih preživjelih  stručnjaka (pisaca,filozofa,pisaca memoara itd)  predložila još bolji uvid i istraživanje prerspektive. Njihov odnos prema prošlosti Europe je karakteriziran konfliktim osjećajima alijenacije i povezanosti. Sa značajnim  i različitim odgovorima oni daju čitateljima nov način  razumijevanja nasljeđa Holokausta.


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In attempting to come to grips with their own wartime experiences, these individuals had to grapple with profound questions that affected their personal philosophy of life and their Jewish identity. How could one adequately describe the events of the Holocaust? Was there a future for Jews in a reconstructed Europe? If not, what alternatives were there in the postwar era to ensure Jewish physical safety and continuity?



  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction                                                                                  
  • Roy Ben-ShaiJean Améry (1912–1978)   "e Homesickness and Enlightenment of a Catastrophe-Jew
  • Yigal Schwartz : And the Accounting is Not Yet Over
  • Europe in the Writings of Aharon      Appelfeld                             
  • Michael. A. Meyer  Toward a “Culture of Humanity” Leo Baeck
  • John Felstiner: Destiny of the Jewish Spirit .Paul Celan in Europe 
  • Natalia Aleksiun: “What Matters Most is Life Itself ” Europe in the Eyes of Marek Edelman 
  • Tymothy Pytell :Viktor Frankl’s Flight into the Spiritual 
  • Dina Porat: A Jew to his Fingertips Abba Kovner
  • Jonathan Judaken:“"e Presentiment and the Memory of Nazi Horror” Emmanuel Levinas and the Holocaust 
  • Michael Berenbaum:Elie Wiesel,French Writer, World Statesman, Cosmopolitan Jew
  • Alexandra Garbarini:Engineering Miracles,  Joseph Winkler and the History of Survival 
  • Contributors