Forschungen Zur Judenfrage: A Notorious Journal and Some of its Contributors

in European Journal of Jewish Studies
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Abstract

Among the many publishing ventures of the “Reichsinstitut für die Geschichte des neuen Deutschlands,” the journal Forschungen zur Judenfrage (1936–1944) has gained most notoriety. In its nine volumes, various aspects of the “Jewish question,” ranging from the Jews in antiquity to Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, were dealt with from a strictly National Socialist point of view. The ambitious project proved to be a failure even before the Third Reich collapsed. While some of the journal's contributors managed to pursue their academic careers in post-war West Germany, its founder, Walter Frank, committed suicide in 1945.

Forschungen Zur Judenfrage: A Notorious Journal and Some of its Contributors

in European Journal of Jewish Studies

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