Dan Friedman


Adam LeBor: An Englishman in Hungary

By Dan Friedman

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Of Frum Hippies, West Bank Settlements and Leo Tolstoy

By Dan Friedman

Of Frum Hippies, West Bank Settlements and Leo Tolstoy
Assaf Gavron’s ‘Hilltop’ is no ‘War and Peace’ — and that’s not a bad thing. Dan Friedman explains the compelling novel is about real people who happen to live in a West Bank outpost.Read More


Why the Nazis Are Still Winning Kristallnacht

By Dan Friedman

Why the Nazis Are Still Winning Kristallnacht
The word Kristallnacht is poetic, alluring: A night of crystal — perhaps in today’s context we might think of Cristal champagne. The name the Nazis gave the violence of November 9 and 10, 1938, is redolent of European sophistication and yet it connotes barbarity. For that reason Raul Hilberg, and a number of other prominent historians, especially German ones, refuse the name, preferring to use variations on the phrase “November pogrom.”Read More


Behold, Schnitzi the Schnitzel Truck

By Dan Friedman

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Picturing the Lives of Scottish Jews

By Dan Friedman

Picturing the Lives of Scottish Jews
Scots and Jews have much in common, including whisky and smoked salmon. But Dan Friedman explains why the ignored others in Britain’s heart find little common ground.Read More



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