24 | Oct
2017
24 | Oct
2017

panel discussion

Counterfactual History—What if the Weimar Republic Had Survived?

Historian Michael Brenner (University of Munich/American University) joins Gavriel Rosenfeld (Fairfield University), to discuss what factors and what actors contributed to the collapse of a fragile pluralism in the 1930s, and what that means for our own democracy. Co-presented with the German Academy in New York.

Part of the series: German-Jewish History in the Now: The Contemporary Relevance of German-Jewish History

Made possible by Abraham Lowenthal, in memory of his parents, Rabbi Eric I. Lowenthal and Mrs. Suzanne S. Lowenthal. With additional support from Robert Rifkind and Elliot Sander.

Presented by: the Leo Baeck Institute

panel discussion