It is necessary to learn about what was lost in the Holocaust in order to fully understand its implications. This course examines the vibrant mosaic of Jewish life throughout Europe leading up to the Second World War. Covering representative communities from eastern and western Europe, we focus on central trends within early 20th century Jewry – internal politics, representation vis-a-vis the local authorities, dilemmas of assimilation, the rise of modern antisemitism, Zionism, and more.
Israeli teachers note: This course is not the "gmul" course, commencing Feb. 14th. For the Gmul course, click here.
Returning students are eligible for reduced registration fees: Students receive a 20% discount for their second course, 25% for third and subsequent courses. Those registering in in advance for 5 or more courses receive the 25% discount on all requested courses. Where applicable, please email us prior to registration, to receive discount codes.
With the generous support of: The Kennedy Leigh Charitable Trust
Once purchase has successfully completed, the course instructor will contact you within 7 weekdays to instruct you on entering the course system.