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Product Highlights In its core it combined religious and racial studies to reinvigorate Christian anti-Judaism and to substantiate the political measures against the Jews on a new scientific basis. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information.
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Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. During the time of the Third Reich a vibrant "Jew research" arose. The Scientification of the "Jewish Question" in Nazi Germany describes the attempt of a considerable number of German scholars to counter the vanishing influence of religious prejudices against the Jews with a new antisemitic rationale. As anti-Jewish stereotypes of an old-fashioned soteriological kind had become dysfunctional under the pressure of secularization, a new, more objective explanation was needed to justify the age-old danger of Judaism in the present.
In the s a new research field called "Judenforschung" Jew research emerged. Its leading figures amalgamated racial and religious features to verify the existence of an everlasting "Jewish problem". No apologia for the German people, this work shows how a minority of extreme anti-Semites coexisted in Germany with the indifferent or fearfully disapproving majority, while the heroic few assumed the extreme risks of opposition.
It offers a clear picture of the kinds of people who aided the Jews or publicly criticized their persecution, including surprising evidence of opposition in the Nazi party itself. In addition, it questions widely held beliefs that older Germans, males, Protestants, and the middle classes were disproportionately anti-Semitic; that bluecollar workers were basically immune to anti-Semitism; and that most Nazis were radical anti-Semites.
It also discusses such subjects as the attitudes of German churches, the role of the military, and the socio-economic characteristics of Jews in Germany. Home Hitler, Germans, and the Jewish Question. Add to Cart. More about this book. One cannot read it without being deeply impressed by the author's penetrating judgment and analytical ability.