Elsewhere: Milk and honey in Germany, Jewish roots in German soccer, humor and the Holocaust


Milk and honey in Germany: Fleeing the Jewish state’s high cost of living, a growing number of Israeli expats in Berlin are campaigning for others to join them, provoking the fury of some Israeli officials. (Times of Israel)

Jewish roots in German soccer: Bayern Munich, Germany’s premier soccer club, has largely ignored its Jewish history, but the story of Kurt Landauer, the team’s president who was taken to Dachau, is finally being told. (L.A. Times)

Humor and the Holocaust: Martin Amis has been slammed for satirizing the Holocaust, but his newest work, “The Zones of Interest”, illuminates terrors in a way that art or history cannot, writes Mark O’Connell. (Slate)

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