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The Jews are coming back : the return of the Jews to their countries of origin after WW II / edited by David Bankier.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.E83 J62 2005

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York : Berghahn Books ; Jerusalem : Yad Vashem, c2005
    Locale
    Europe
    Contents
    Return to a vanished world : European societies and the remnants of their Jewish communities, 1945-1947 / Pieter Lagrou
    French apprehensions, Jewish expectations : from a social imaginary to a political practice / Renée Poznanski
    The return of Jews in the nationality or in the territory of France (1943-1973) / Patrick Weil
    The reintegration of Jewish survivors into Belgian society, 1943-1947 / Frank Caestecker
    Bitter homecoming : the return and reception of Dutch and stateless Jews in the Netherlands / Dienke Hondius
    Revolution and reconstruction : Dutch Jewry after the Holocaust / Conny Kristel
    The abrogation of racial laws and the reintegration of Jews in Italian society (1943-1948) / Mario Toscano
    The written memoir : Italy 1945-1947 / Manuela Consonni
    The reconstruction of Jewish communities in the USSR, 1944-1947 / Yaacov Ro'i
    The Holocaust and its aftermath as perceived in Poland : voices of Polish intellectuals, 1945-1947 / Joanna Michlic
    "The new Jewish invasion" : the return of the survivors from Transnistria / Jean Ancel
    Reconstruction efforts in hostile surroundings : Slovaks and Jews after World War II / Yehoshua R. Büchler
    Different interpretations of reconstruction : the AJDC and the WJC in Hungary after the Holocaust / Kinga Frojimovics
    "Shylock is whetting his blade" : fear of the Jews' revenge in Hungary during World War II / László Karsai.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bankier, David.
    Notes
    Papers from an international conference held at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, in May 2001.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Return to a vanished world : European societies and the remnants of their Jewish communities, 1945-1947 / Pieter Lagrou -- French apprehensions, Jewish expectations : from a social imaginary to a political practice / Renée Poznanski -- The return of Jews in the nationality or in the territory of France (1943-1973) / Patrick Weil -- The reintegration of Jewish survivors into Belgian society, 1943-1947 / Frank Caestecker -- Bitter homecoming : the return and reception of Dutch and stateless Jews in the Netherlands / Dienke Hondius -- Revolution and reconstruction : Dutch Jewry after the Holocaust / Conny Kristel -- The abrogation of racial laws and the reintegration of Jews in Italian society (1943-1948) / Mario Toscano -- The written memoir : Italy 1945-1947 / Manuela Consonni -- The reconstruction of Jewish communities in the USSR, 1944-1947 / Yaacov Ro'i -- The Holocaust and its aftermath as perceived in Poland : voices of Polish intellectuals, 1945-1947 / Joanna Michlic -- "The new Jewish invasion" : the return of the survivors from Transnistria / Jean Ancel -- Reconstruction efforts in hostile surroundings : Slovaks and Jews after World War II / Yehoshua R. Büchler -- Different interpretations of reconstruction : the AJDC and the WJC in Hungary after the Holocaust / Kinga Frojimovics -- "Shylock is whetting his blade" : fear of the Jews' revenge in Hungary during World War II / László Karsai.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1571815279
    1845451031 (alk. paper)
    9653082280 (alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xi, 320 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

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