Articles | Reports from the Fall of Communism, 1989 - 1990

In 1989, Yossi Klein Halevi traveled throughout Europe to trace the effects of the fall of Communism on European Jewish communities. He published his findings in various American Jewish publications.

 

 

 

 

Poland, 1989: Symbols and Suffering

1989

Polish-Jewish Relations: Old Stereotypes Renewed

1989

Reconciliation: Reaching Past the Pains of History

1989

Tear Down the Walls

1990

Young German Jews: A Fragile Sense of Place

1990

Germany: The Ambivalence of Normalization

1990

The End of "Anti-Fascist" Germany

1990

"The Heart Beats Left": The End of the GDR

1990

Jews in the GDR

1990

Once a Dissident, Now a Diplomat

 1990

The Alliance of Dissidents and Jews

1989

Is This Czech Jewry's Last Chance?

1990

Jews Return to Hungary to Try to Heal Old Wounds

1990

The Ambivalence of Hungarian Jews

1990