How Young Israel Dealt With the Controversy of German-language Films

In the 1950s and 60s, many argued that allowing German to be heard for purposes of entertainment was harmful to the memory of the Holocaust

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German director Lars Karume’s latest film “The Silent Revolution” is now showing in Israel. It tells the true story of a group of high-school students in a small city in East Germany, who in 1956 expressed...