The Pity of It All
The Pity of It All: A Portrait of Jews In Germany 1743 – 1933 is a 2003 book by Amos Elon. The book describes the history of the German Jews between the years 1743 - 1933. The book's narrative focuses on the constant efforts of the German Jews to assimilate and become an integral part of their host country. This journey ends with the tragic outcome of the virtual annihilation of the German Jews during the holocaust.
- Figes, Eva (May 10, 2003). "A love gone sour: Amos Elon tells how German Jews fell in love with their host country in The Pity of It All". The Guardian. Retrieved March 15, 2019.