The Jewish Voice in Transatlantic Relations
German-American Issues 1
German and American societies are anything but monolithic and there is a multitude of voices active in them. The Jewish voice is one of them, yet, given the legacy of the twentieth century, it is centrally involved in the complex relations binding Germany and the United States with each other and the world. This publication is an important contribution to the understanding of those relations since they testify to the openness and progress between countries and peoples that have much in common.