How jews became germans the history of conversion and assimilation in berlin deborah hertz on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers when the nazis came to power and created a racial state in the 1930s. How jews became germans the history of conversion and assimilation in berlin available in hardcover paperback the history of conversion and assimilation in berlin by deborah hertz yale university press deborah hertzs how jews became germans is such a book . Deborah hertzs discovery of these records the judenk with the help of church officials a vast system of conversion and intermarriage records was created in berlin the countrys premier jewish city. Deborah hertz is herman wouk chair in modern jewish studies university of california at san diego and the author of jewish high society in old regime berlin she lives in la jolla ca she lives in la jolla ca. This is confirmed by the lively clarity of her account of conversion and assimiliation in berlin how jews became germans the jewish chronicle the jewish chronicle in this very readable book hertz continues her probing into jewish christian relationships particularly in the 18th and early 19th centuries
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