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He was ready for introspection into this devastating period. As a child of the anti-Zionist East Germany, he may have received even less education about the Holocaust than his Western counterparts.The film dramatized how Weidt bribed Gestapo officers to prevent them from deporting his Jewish workers.“Germans must learn empathy,” she had said, before adding: “For all people.” I told the Dresdener, as he reclined into the sofa, that empathy for all religions is not the right lesson for the Holocaust. Survivors and their descendants are perceptibly, tangibly affected by Nazi crimes.“Once you make the Holocaust about all religions, then you will equally defend Islam and Judaism when the religions are entirely different. My orphan grandfather wore his suffering on his arm – in the form of a tattooed Auschwitz prisoner number.
He sat up straight and brought it up first by asking, his voice heavy: “What do you think Germany needs to do today? What had kept us together until that point was a need for companionship and especially human touch – a touch he could no longer give me.Now, fiction could meet and possibly mimic reality. Usually, on my second or third date with Germans, I brave the question many Israelis secretly like to ask 30 and 40-something-year-old Germans: “Do you know what your grandfather did during the war?Like my German hero, my date was a musician who grew up in Dresden, a city known for the Allied 1945 firebombing, where I also give tours. ” He knew the basics: His maternal grandfather fought in the Wehrmacht and became a POW in the United States, while his paternal grandfather had sought an “Aryan certificate” to prove his ethnic purity so that he could get a good Nazi job as a lawyer.Closing credits listed the fate of the workshop’s major characters. The ending also murdered the prospect of a romantic night together, but maybe the time had come for more intellectual intimacy, especially about the Holocaust and present-day German atonement.He seemed so moved by the film, I thought he might even cry.
He went to great pains to save his favorite worker, Alice Licht, from sure death at Auschwitz by bribing locals to track her down and communicate with her on his behalf.