Adolf Stoecker: Anti-Semite with a Christian mission

  title={Adolf Stoecker: Anti-Semite with a Christian mission},
  author={D. A. Jeremy Telman},
  journal={H{\^i}st{\^o}ry¯a y{\^e}h{\^u}d{\^i}t = Jewish history},
  • D. A. J. Telman
  • Published 1 September 1995
  • History
  • Hîstôry¯a yêhûdît = Jewish history
All histories of German anti-Semitism stand in the shadow of an unavoidable telos: Hitler and the Nazi Holocaust. One cannot treat individual leaders of the German anti-Semitic movement without considering their influence (or lack thereof) on the Nazi movement. Historians study nineteenth-century German anti-Semitism with an eye to its similarities to and differences from the anti Semitism of the Third Reich. Historians of anti-Semitism thus treat the German anti-Semitic movement as… 
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