When looking at the start of the Reform and Conservative Movement, both started by German Jewish Rabbis and thinkers. While there are other movements within Judaism with origins from Eastern Europe and the United States, it seems German Jews were the ones leading the Haskalah. Why is that?
19th-century Jewish movements and Germany.
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