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The Eichmann Trial And American Jewry: A REASSESSMENT

Françoise Ouzan

19 במרץ 2023

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The Eichmann trial that began on 11 April 1961 is often considered a turning point regarding the memory of the Holocaust, as if within eight months it caused its internalization. In fact, the internalization process was gradual. Nevertheless, the trial not only affected Israel but American Jewry as well. It indirectly raised the issues of exile and Jewish identity in the Jewish discourse.

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