Full Circle German-Jewish Literary Culture Returns from Exile

German Jews who fled Nazi persecution to what is now Israel took as many books as they could carry. But their descendants, many of whom don't speak German, are left with cratefuls of heirlooms they can't read. Now the Goethe Institute has started a project that sends the well-traveled books back to Germany as teaching materials for students.
Von Helen Whittle
The Goethe Institute in Israel has started a unique book project.

The Goethe Institute in Israel has started a unique book project.

Foto: Goethe-Institut
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