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in the poor Hongkou
section, a labyrinth of
narrow, teeming alleys
where light and air were
at a premium.
As Professor David
Kranzler, one of the his-
torians called on by the
filmmakers to provide
context, notes, "You
don't know you're living
in paradise until you're
kicked out."
The prosperous, estab-
lished, English-speaking
Baghdadi Jews of
Shangahi funded soup
kitchens for the refugees,
but dysentery and starva-
tion were still threats.
After Japan, England
and the United States
entered the war, the
Baghdadi Jews were
interned in camps on the
outskirts with British and
American residents. So
the less-affluent Russian
Jews of Shanghai stepped
into the breach to assist
the German refugees.
Because no Jews
expected to settle perma-
nently in China, psycho-
logically there was a sen-
sation of being in limbo.
This was felt less by the
children, who adjusted
more quickly to the dra-
matic changes in routine
Top: Filmmaker Dana Janklowicz-Mann and her
and, naturally, weren't as
father Harold Janklowicz in Shanghai, 2000
aware as their parents
that difficult decisions
Above: The filmmaker's grandmother (first on the
would have to be made
right) in her hat shop in Shanghai, circa 1940
once the war ended.
A community devel-
with familiar images of German store
oped, and German and Yiddish the-
windows
painted with Jewish stars and
aters, newspapers, cafes and soccer
clubs thrived. Even if life was hard, the post-war crematoria.
Clearly, they intend the film to
Jews had escaped Hitler's reach.
reach a younger audience that knows
Shanghai Ghetto suggests that the
little about the Holocaust.
Japanese, who occupied Shanghai in
But the documentary contains
the wake of the Sino-Japanese War,
pointed
lessons even for those who are
displayed no anti-Semitism. In 1943,
well
versed
in the Nazis' deeds.
presumably under pressure from their
As Alfred Cohen, one of the film's five
German allies, the Japanese ordered
subjects, declares, "If my grandchildren
stateless refugees who had arrived after
don't grow up Jewish, Hitler won the
1937 — Jews, in other words — to
war. Anti-Semitism never bothered me
relocate to a ghetto in Hongkou.
as much as assimilation." ❑
After the Allies liberated Shanghai in
1945, almost all of the Jews resettled in
Israel, the United States, Canada and
Shanghai Ghetto is scheduled to
Australia. One chapter in Jewish history
open in Detroit Friday, May 23,
ended, and another began.
for a one-week engagement at the
The filmmakers bookend Shanghai
Maple Art Theatre in Bloomfield
Ghetto with entry-level synopses of
Township. (248) 542-0180.
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