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  1. The Jewish contribution to the cultural life of Germany and Austria before 1939
  2. The Jewish contribution to the cultural life of Germany and Austria after 1945
  3. A comparision on their contribution to the two countries
  4. Conclusion

The Second World War and the Holocaust altered in an irremediable way, the Jewish contribution to metropolitan culture. Before the beginning of the Second World War, Jews had had an extremely important part in the cultural life, with many contributions in the musical life, in literature, in journalism, in art etc. These contributions helped to develop artistic movements such as the Viennese turn-of-century and Modernity. However, after the shock of the War, the Holocaust and the creation of Israel, the Jewish contribution to culture changed to become somehow more centred on the consequences of the War, Zionism, the fate of the Jews, the persecutions they had to endure, etc. This essay will draw a comparison of the Jewish contribution to metropolitan culture before and after the Second World War.

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