Author Archives: EricM

“What Does It Mean To Be A Jew?”

This week I’ll dissect an interaction between Tuvia Tenenbom and a knowledgeable Jew from Munich, a man by the name of Jacques Cohen who owns ‘Cohen’s Judisches Restaurant.’ Cohen is a remarkably intelligent man, as the narrator of our controversial book makes … Continue reading

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How Sports Bring A Community Together

I sat with Tuvia Tenenbom a few weeks back to discuss a series of things, including his controversial book I Sleep In Hitler’s Room . Among the other topics we discussed was my love for professional sports (admittedly, I did a majority … Continue reading

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What The Mercedes-Benz Factory Has In Common With NYC Cab Drivers

During his travels around Germany, Tenenbom visits a Mercedes-Benz Factory. Unlike the previously described Volkswagon Autostadt, the MB factory isn’t nearly as “Disney-world like.” (Read more on the Autostadt in our past posts here.) In fact, from Tenenbom’s description in … Continue reading

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“How Animalistic People Can Become If… The Law Is On Their Side.”

“Hamburg is the World Capital of Militant Bicyclists, and if they know I have some reservations about them they might kill me.  No, I’m not kidding. I was schlpepping two suitcases the other day, and the bicyclists here were torturing me. On … Continue reading

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Germans Were The First To Invent Everything.

As mentioned previously, there’s a lot to be learned about the mentality of the modern German in Tuvia Tenenbom’s new literature piece I Sleep In Hitler’s Room. In fact, there’s apparently a lot for Germans to learn as well. For … Continue reading

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Are German Laws Against Denying The Holocaust Justified?

The main focus of this blog is Tuvia Tenenbom’s new literature piece I Sleep In Hitler’s Room and its true tales of political humor and modern anti-Semitism. But we’d like to gently remind our readers that Tenenbom is not just an … Continue reading

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Could You Live Where Others Perished??

Last week we wrote about, amongst other things, a German man named Jurgen who lives in Dachau, and how despite the areas prominent role in Jewish stories of The Holocaust, the man seems ignorant and uninterested in all of it. … Continue reading

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How Long Will Germany Remember The Holocaust??

“I want to look into the future and not think of the past.” These words were uttered by a man named Jurgen. He is a German-born resident of Dachau, and he says these things when our new literature narrator Tuvia … Continue reading

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Where Will We Be Ten Years From Now??

This week we’ll review when the narrator of this Jewish story goes to the city of Oberammergau in order to observe The Passion play, the Passionsspiele, which depicts the final days of Jesus Christ’s life. Since 1633, the people of … Continue reading

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Volkswagen Autostadt and Penn State Football

I’d like to take this week’s blog post as an opportunity to do two things. One is to refute the belief that I Sleep In Hitler’s Room is simply just another in a long list of Holocaust books. The other … Continue reading

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