Germany’s Jewish community, which has grown by leaps and bounds due to immigration from the former Soviet Union, will Sunday elect its first post-war leader who is not a survivor of the Holocaust.Dieter Graumann, vice president of the Central Council of Jews, Germany’s main Jewish organisation with nearly 110,000 members, is the sole candidate to replace 78-year-old Charlotte Knobloch, who is not standing for re-election.”It is a generational change,” historian Julius Schoeps told AFP.Born in Israel in 1950, Graumann “does not belong to the generation bearing numbers tattooed on their arms,” referring to the Nazis’ practice with concentration camp prisoners.Knobloch was born just months before Adolf Hitler rose to power in January 1933 and survived the Holocaust in hiding with a Roman Catholic family.Graumann arrived in Germany at the age of one and a half. His experience of the Nazis’ genocidal campaign was limited to his Polish father’s accounts of the concentration camps where he was imprisoned.He will take charge of a community that has transformed at breathtaking pace since the fall of the Berlin Wall 21 years ago.