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September 4, 2014 13:05
What better way to study German anti- Semitism than to travel the country for five months? A journey with Tuvia Tenenbom.
‘Die Zeit’

Tuvia Tenenbom (right) with ‘Die Zeit’ editor-inchief Giovanni di Lorenzo.. (photo credit:ISI TENENBOM)

It is difficult not to like Tuvia Tenenbom – the man simply runneth over with bonhomie.

That glaringly positive trait stood Tenenbom in very good stead when he undertook to spend time – around five months – traveling the highways and byways of Germany as he set out to discover what it means to be German, and what Germany is really all about.


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