German Jewish Refugees in Iran and India
Holocaust Scholar Atina Grossman examines the intensely ambivalent and paradoxical experiences of bourgeois Jews who found refuge in the “Orient” of India and Iran between 1933 and 1947. Expelled from the “West” but never really leaving it behind, they were caught uneasily, more or less comfortably, between colonizer and colonized.
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