As historians, we have an obligation to use our skills to point to historical precedents when we see threats to our own societies.
Germany sought to draw a lesson from its past by erasing the concept of race. Only a racist would ever ask you what race you belonged to.
25 years ago, the fall of the Berlin Wall offered a new lease on life for German Jewry. But it’s a very different community than anyone imagined, Michael Brenner writes.