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Otto Dov Kulka

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Zeitzeugin Henny Brenner: Wie war das Leben als Jüdin in Deutschland nach 1945?

 

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Kobi & Itay project Testimony by Otto (Dov) Kulka

 

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Kobi & Itay project _ Testimony by Otto Dov Kulka

 

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Dachau Concentration Camp - Mai 1945

 

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Jüdische „Greifer" im Berlin der NS-Zeit

Otto Dov Kulka is an Israeli historian, professor emeritus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His primary areas of specialization are the study of modern antisemitism from the early modern age until its manifestation under the National-Socialist regime as the "Final Solution"; Jewish thought in Europe – and Jews in European thought – from the sixteenth to the twentieth century; Jewish-Christian relations in modern Europe; the history of the Jews in Germany; and the study of the Holocaust.
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  • Personal 

  • Biography 

  • Academic activity 

  • Prizes 

  • The Jews in Nazi ideology and policy 

  • Attitude of the population in Nazi Germany toward the Jews and toward the regime's anti-Jewish policy 

  • The Jewish society and its leadership in Nazi Germany 

  • Studies on Historiography 

  • Studies on Central European Jewry in the Twentieth Century 

  • ''Landscapes of the Metropolis of Death''