The article discusses the impact of antisemitism on Jewish Christians in twentieth-centuryGermany. The fate of one Jewish Christian from an Orthodox Jewish background,Maly Kagan, is used to highlight overarching themes. The article focuses on the impact ofNational Socialism on her work in a Protestant psychiatric hospital and for the London-based Hebrew Christian Testimony to Israel. Light is shed on how she survived the Holocaust, her work with displaced persons in Frankfurt after the war and her decision in to leave Germany to spend the rest of her life in Israel.
|Pages (from-to)||pp 787|
|Journal||Journal of Ecclesiastical History|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - Oct 2013|