For Germany and Israel, a textbook case

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Click photo to download. Caption: Pictured in Libzig, Germany, are members of the Israeli team that partnered with Germany to  assess<br />
how each country portrays the other’s history in school textbooks, for ages<br />
12-18, and to make recommendations to improve future textbooks. Third from right, in back, is   Dirk<br />
Sawdowski, chairman of the German-Israeli Textbook Commission, and second from left, in back, is   Dr.<br />
Arie Kizel, the chairman coordinating the Israeli team. Credit: Courtesy Dr. Arie Kizel. </p>
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By Jeffrey F. Barken/JNS.org

Caption: Pictured in Libzig, Germany, are members of the Israeli team that partnered with Germany to assess
how each country portrays the other’s history in school textbooks, for ages
12-18, and to make recommendations to improve future textbooks. Third from right, in back, is Dirk
Sawdowski, chairman of the German-Israeli Textbook Commission, and second from left, in back, is Dr.
Arie Kizel, the chairman coordinating the Israeli team. Credit: Courtesy Dr. Arie Kizel.

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Source: JNS.org

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