This study of Jewish life in Germany from 1650 until 1945 investigates the details of daily living, the homes and neighbourhoods in which Jews lived, their families and friendships, religious practices and feelings, as well as their educations and occupations. In locating Jews at the grassroots, it also uncovers non-Jewish Germans and their relationships with their Jewish colleagues, neighbours, and, sometimes, friends. This study was commissioned and sponsored by the Leo Baeck Institute for the Study of the History and Culture of German-Speaking Jewry.

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