2 edition of European Jewry ten years after the war found in the catalog.
European Jewry ten years after the war
Institute of Jewish Affairs.
in New York
Written in English
|LC Classifications||DS135.E83 I47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||56003051|
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European Jewry ten years after the war: an account of the development and present status of the decimated Jewish communities of Europe. European Jewry ten years after the war: an account of the development and present status of the decimated Jewish communities of Europe.
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This book is the follow up as to what happened after being captured by the Russians as written by one of the few Germans who were sent home nearly ten years after the war ended. The book is well written and contains a lot of information about general conditions of the German POWs and about life in general post World War Two in s: European Jewry Ten Years After the War.
An Account of the Development and Present Status of the Decimated Jewish Communities of Europe. New York: Institute of Jewish Affairs. Despite the wealth of published studies on individual German, Austrian, and Czech Jewish communities of the early modern era, it is remarkable how rare have been the attempts to synthesize the material and reach an overall assessment of the impact of the Thirty Years' War on Central European Jewish life.
This gaping lacuna was noted some years ago by S. Baron, whose Cited by: 7. The Second World War might have officially ended in Maybut in reality it rumbled on for another ten years The end of World War II in Europe is remembered as a time when cheering crowds filled the streets, but the reality was quite s: Buy The Holocaust: The Fate of European Jewry, (Studies in Jewish History) Reprint by Yahil, Leni (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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New York: Institute of Jewish Affairs of the World Jewish Congress. State-sponsored Anti-Semitism in Postwar USSR. Studies and Research Perspectives by Antonella Salomoni. Perhaps you could describe for us continental Europe in the months and years immediately after VE Day in Maythe date when hostilities officially ended.
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After World War II, it indeed seemed as though the future of Jewish life was in America and Israel. European communities were merely refugee centers that would eventually fade away. Post-Holocaust France and the Jews, offers new insight on key aspects of French Jewish life in the decades following the end of World War II.
How Jews had been treated during the war continued to influence both Jewish and non-Jewish society in the post-war years. And unlike many other European nations in which the majority of the Jewish population perished, France had a significant post‑war Jewish community that numbered in the hundreds of thousands.
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