By Beate Winkler
An International Union Against Antisemitism in Europe
I was born in 1949 in the war-ravaged eastern German city of Dresden. My hometown, like relations among Europeans, had been reduced to rubble by the horror of World War II. Two generations later, the European Union is building on its past to develop an effective model of integration. The seeds of European partnership, planted…
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