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A New Reality: video collection

Sat, 24 August 2013 – 18 Elul 5773 | Adult Education, Community News, Jewish History

The series of lectures presented by our Shaliach, Udi Dvorkin, on Jewish history in the first half of 20th Century.

 

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#1: Immigration, Assimilation, Revelation and Integration: A people on the move.
1900-1992.

#2: Mixed identities – The Jewish people during World War 1 and 2
1914-1942.


#3 – First laws and decrees against the Jews: Nuremberg and the Commissar Order. “Everything according to the law, Legalisation of a racial struggle” 1936-1941


#4. The “final solution”- a set plan or an evolution of an idea? Was the Holocaust planned?
1941-1945

#5: Germans, Allies, bystanders and soldiers.
How could it take place? Who is to blame? How does one become an accomplice?
1933-1945

#6 The international arena and the Holocaust: Americans, British, Arabs, Japanese and the free nations – between silent opposition and public support
1933-1945


#7 The Church and the Holocaust: What should be done with the people of the Old Testament? Apathy, anti-Semitism, fear or quiet opposition to Hitler?


#8 The rise of the North American Diaspora – How did it happen? Is it Judaisms or Judaism? 1881-1980


#10 Where should we live? The Uganda plan and the search for a Jewish home. 1903-1948

#11 Religion and state for a people of faith. A home for the Jews or a Jewish state? 1921-1999

12. The War of Independence 1948, the Naqba and aftermath. Consequences of sovereignty… 1948-1949.

13. The 6 day war, UN resolution 242, the Khartoum conference and the settlement movement. Peace agreements. From Egypt to Hebron. “Was it peace or was it a cease fire?”
1967-1998


#14: Demographics of Jews in Modern Israel

#15: Demographic and Socio-economic Trends in the Diaspora at the beginning of the 21st Century: Part #1 America


#16: Demographic and Socio-economic Trends in the Diaspora at the beginning of the 21st Century: Part #2 – Europe and Australasia


#17: Is it the end of Jewish History? The end of the exile, the centre of the Jewish world or another Jewish community?  Israel and the Jewish Diaspora.  1948-2013.

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