Soccer broadcaster Marcel Reif, 65, has received many angry letters during his three decades as one of Germany’s most famous sports personalities. He was born in Silesia in 1949. His father was a Jew who survived the Holocaust. His mother was a Polish Catholic. And Reif and his...
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Tag: European Maccabi Games
As Maccabi Games come and go at Hitler’s stadium, is Germany now a (relative) light for Europe’s Jews?
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The 13th European Maccabi Games begins today in Vienna, Austria, and will be the largest gathering of Jews in that city since the Holocaust. It’s a fact that’s not lost on field hockey player Sophie Gunter, one of 115 Team USA members participating.
“Right now, my experience...