Jews and the German state : the political history of a minority, 1848-1933 / Peter Pulzer.Material type: TextSeries: Jewish society and culturePublication details: Oxford : Blackwell, 1992. ISBN: 0631172823Subject(s): Jews -- Politics -- History | GermanyDDC classification: 943.004924
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Bibliography: p351-359. - Includes index.
1. Why Was There a Jewish Question in Imperial Germany? -- 2. Religion and Judicial Appointments in Imperial Germany -- 3. Jews in German Politics. 1. Conservatives and Radicals before 1848. 2. 1848-1859: Revolution and Reaction. 3. The Liberal Epoch. 4. Bismarck's Change of Course and the Rise of Anti-Semitism. 5. Jews and the State, 1893-1914. 6. Jews and the Bourgeois Political Parties. 7. Jews and the Socialist Movement. 8. Jews and Public Opinion, Interest Groups and Government Policy. 9. The First World War. 10. The Revolution of 1918-1919. 11. Jews and the Weimar Parties. 12. Jews and the State, 1918-1933. 13. The Revolution in the Party Structure, 1928-1930. 14. The Electoral Stance of the Jews, 1930-1933 -- 4. Jews and the Crisis of German Liberalism -- 5. The Beginning of the End.