DIE JUDISCHEN GEFALLENEN
A Roll of Honor Commemorating the 12,000 German Jews
Who Died for their Fatherland in World War I.

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Judischen Gefallenen Bibliography

The following list of books will provide a broader context for understanding the situation which the Jewish population of Germany faced in the period of the Weimar republic and that of National Socialism which followed.

Bach, H. I.: The German Jew, Oxford University Press, 1984.
Blumenthal, W. Michael: The Invisible Wall, Germans and Jews, A Personal Exploration, Counterpoint Press, 1998.
Feingold, Henry L.: A Time For Searching, Entering the Mainstream 1920 – 1945, John Hopkins University Press, 1992. Leo Baeck Institute: Year Book XXV, From the Wilhelminian Era To The Third Reich., Secker & Warburg, London, 1980.
Liptzin, Solomon: Germany’s Stepchildren, Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, 1944.
Lowenthal, Marvin: The Jews of Germany, A Story of Sixteen Centuries, Longmans, Green & Co., 1936.
Osborne, Sidney: Germany And Her Jews, Soncino Press, London, 1939.
Sachar, Abraham Leon: Sufferance Is the Badge, Alfred A., Knopf , 1939.
Taylor, Telford: International Conciliation Nuremberg Trials, April 1949, No. 450, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Browne, Lewis: That Man Heine, Literary Guild, 1927.
Mendes-Flohr: German Jews, A Dual Identity, Yale University Press, 1999.