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March 09, 1984 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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16 Friday, March 9, 1984

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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1,000 Images of the 'Jews in Germany'

By ALAN HITSKY
culture; assimilation.
The yellow star, with the
Panels.
One hundred and two imperial eagle superim-
glimpses of Jewish life in posed; the castles of the
well-to-do around the corner
Germany.
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One thousand years of in- Center's exhibit of the
• 9:30-5:30
credible wealth; contribu- "Jews in Germany Under
Closed Sat.
tions to science, industry, Prussian Rule" may leave
the viewer grasping to ab-
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sites of Jewish life in Ger-
many. The unique exhibit,
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impact on the individuals
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patiently waiting their
turn to see and read each
when paid in advance
panel.
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Ehrmann, general chair-
man locally for the exhibit;
Fred Grubel; Leon Halpern,
president of the Holocaust
Memorial Center; and Dr.
Morton Plotnick, executive
director of the Jewish
Community Center.
"Jews in Germany
Under Prussian Rule"
will continue at the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter through March 28. It
is the first time the ex-
hibit has been displayed
outside Germany. Fol-
lowing its exhibition
here, it will be shown in
Minneapolis, Pittsburgh,
Baltimore and New York.
Special events have been
scheduled in conjunction
with the exhibit.
On Sunday, "David,"
winner of the 1979 Berlin
Film Festival, will be shown
at 1:30 and 7 p.m. "David"
depicts life in Berlin from a
child's perspective. There is
an admission charge.
At 12:30 p.m. Monday,
Dr. Sid Bolkosky, professor
of history at the University
of Michigan - Dearborn, will
speak on "The Distorted.
Image: Jews in the Weimat .
Republic." Luncheon reser-
vations are required.
Phil Marcus Esser will
stage the "Kurt Weill Re-
vue" at 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
Dr. Guy Stern, Distin-
guished Professor of Ro-
mance and Germanic Lan-

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, Ak.
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RABBI PLAUT

guage and Literature at
Wayne State University,
will reminisce about the
late Lotte Lenya, widow of
Kurt Weill. There is a
charge.

Rabbi W. Gunther
Plaut, senior scholar of
Toronto's Holy Blossom
Temple, will speak on
"Religious Changes in
19th Century Germany"
at 8 pail. March 19. Rabbi
Plaut is an author and
contributor to the To-
ronto Globe and Mail. He
is the father of Rabbi
Jonathan Plaut of
Windsor's Temple Beth
El.
For information on events
requiring reservations, Call
the Holocaust Memorial
Center, 661-0840.

* *

HMC Names 'PR Director

The Holocaust Memorial
Center has named Alan Ab-
rams as director of public re-
lations.
Abrams, 43, is the author
of four books including
"Mischlinge! The Untold
Story of Hitler's Third
Race," to be published later
this year by Lyle Stuart,
Inc. His last book, "Why
Windsor? An Anecdotal
History of the Jews of
Windsor and Essex
County was published in
Canada in 1981.
Abrams was the first em-
ployee of Detroit's Motown
Record Corp. in 1959 and
later served as Motown pub-
lic relations director. He
was editor of the journalism

ALAN ABRAMS

department at Gale Re-
search Co. Born in Detroit,
he now lives in Windsor.

Austrian President Feels
a Duty to Help Survivors

NEW YORK ( JTA)— Dr. lowing a private meeting
Rudolf Kirschlager, the with Edgar Bronfman,
president of Austria, said president of the WJC, the
last week th4t Austrians Austrian president
feel it is their "duty" to help praised the contribution
the Jews of Austria get rid of Jews to Austria's
/ of "the feeling of isolation"
spiritual and cultural life.
they might have as a result
In response to questions
of the events of the Nazi era. from the Jewish leaders as
He said that anti-Semitism to whether the Austrian
in Austria had its roots in_ government intends to pur-
the 19th Century, but, he sue more vigorously the
added, that Austrians today persecution of Nazi war
have feelings of "responsi- criminals still at large,
bility" to the events during Kirschlager said he is not in
the Holocaust.
a position "to give a satis-
Kirschlager made these factory answer" since the
remarks at a meeting with issue is handled by the
about 20 Jewish leaders and courts of Austria.
heads of Jewish organiza-
The best way to insure
tions. The meeting was
sponsored by the World implicit obedience is to
commence tyranny in the
Jewish Congress (WJC)
In a brief statement fol- nursery.

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