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KZ Gedenkstätten - Neuengamme und Ravensbrück

Entstehung und gesellschaftliche Rahmenbedingungen von KZ Gedenkstätten in der BRD und in der DDR - an den Beispielen Neuengamme und Ravensbrück
Diplomarbeit im Fachbereich Gesellschaftswissenschaften und Philosophie (Fach Politikwissenschaft) der Universität Marburg, vorgelegt von Silke Opfer im Januar 2002

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A call: Manifestation on May 12th 2002 in Berlin

May 8th 1945 - May 14th 1948
Never forget! Solidarity with Israel!

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After the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany on May 8th 1945, Jewish survivors, who had survived concentration camps, exile, resistance and illegality, began to search for a place, which could provide effective protection from anti-Semitism. In a world, which was organized in nations, where anti-Semitism continued to exist in spite of and then because of Auschwitz, it seemed obvious to found their own state for this purpose. It is true, that there was a Zionist movement before: But the foundation of the state of Israel on May 14th 1948 was a consequence from the Shoa in the first place.

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