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The Jewish press and the Holocaust, 1939-1945 : Palestine, Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union / Yosef Gorny ; translated by Naftali Greenwood.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PN5650 .G67 2012

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Gorni, Yosef.
    Published
    New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012
    Locale
    Palestine
    England
    United States
    Soviet Union
    Contents
    Introduction: The transnational community
    I. From concern to outcry 1939-1942. Chapt. I. The Hebrew-language press in Palestine (Davar, Hatzofe, Ha'aretz, Haboqer, Hamashqif)
    Chapt. 2. Sounding the alarm: the American Jewish press, 1939-1942
    II. The illusion dashed 1942-1945
    Chapt. 3. The Hebrew-language press in Palestine
    Chapt. 4. The American Jewish press
    Chapt. 5. The British Jewish press, 1939-1945
    Chapt. 6. The brief days of Jewish national unity: Aynikayt, 1942-1945
    III. The individual confronts the horror
    Chapt. 7. Itzhak Gruenbaum: the main defendant
    Chapt. 8. The optimism that deludes the intellectuals
    Chapt. 9. Between Lidice and Majdanek
    Chapt. 10. Remarks on the continuing Jewish angst
    Chapt. 11. Conclusion.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Introduction: The transnational community -- I. From concern to outcry 1939-1942. Chapt. I. The Hebrew-language press in Palestine (Davar, Hatzofe, Ha'aretz, Haboqer, Hamashqif) -- Chapt. 2. Sounding the alarm: the American Jewish press, 1939-1942 -- II. The illusion dashed 1942-1945 -- Chapt. 3. The Hebrew-language press in Palestine -- Chapt. 4. The American Jewish press -- Chapt. 5. The British Jewish press, 1939-1945 -- Chapt. 6. The brief days of Jewish national unity: Aynikayt, 1942-1945 -- III. The individual confronts the horror -- Chapt. 7. Itzhak Gruenbaum: the main defendant -- Chapt. 8. The optimism that deludes the intellectuals -- Chapt. 9. Between Lidice and Majdanek -- Chapt. 10. Remarks on the continuing Jewish angst -- Chapt. 11. Conclusion.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781107011311
    1107011310 (hardback)
    Physical Description
    x, 284 p. ; 25 cm.

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