The First World War, German Nationalism, and the Transformation of German Zionism

Vogt, Stefan
January 2012
Leo Baeck Institute Year Book;Jan2012, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p267
Academic Journal
The essay discusses the ways in which the rise in German nationalism brought about by World War I impacted the development of a distinct radical Zionism among younger German Jews. More broadly, the author is concerned with demonstrating how German societal developments in general could have an impact on the specifically Jewish political ideology of Zionism.


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