Bourgeois Lifestyle, Jewishness, and Consumer Culture in Weimar Germany

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REUVENI, Gideon, 2010. Bourgeois Lifestyle, Jewishness, and Consumer Culture in Weimar Germany. In: Chidushim : Studies in the History of German and Central European Jewry. 14, pp. 53-90

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