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The neighbors respond : the controversy over the Jedwabne Massacre in Poland / edited by Antony Polonsky and Joanna B. Michlic.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.P62 J4458 2004

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    Book cover

    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2004
    Locale
    Poland
    Jedwabne
    Jedwabne (Poland)
    Contents
    "Burnt Offering," Rzeczpospolita, 5 May 2000 / Andrzej Kaczynski
    "The Blood of Jedwabne," Kontakty, 7 May 2000 / Gabriela Szczesna
    "In Memory and Admonition," Gazeta Wsplczesna, 11 July 2000 / Maria Kaczynska
    "Prophecies Are Being Fulfilled," Prawda, May 1942 / Zofia Kossak-Szczucka
    "Obsessed with Innocence," Gazeta Wyborcza, 13-14 January 2001 / Joanna Tokarska-Bakir
    "A Need for Compensation," Rzeczpospolita, 26 January 2001 / Jan Nowak-Jezioranski
    "The Revolution of Nihilism," Glos, 3 February 2001 / Antoni Macierewicz
    "The Shortsightedness of the 'Cultured,'" Gazeta Wyborcza, 6 April 2001 / Hanna Swida-Ziemba
    "Homo Jedvabicus," Wprost, 22 July 2001 / Jerzy Slawomir Mac
    Living in Truth: Special Statement by Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek regarding the Slaughter of Jews in Jedwabne in 1941, April 2001
    Address Delivered by Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., 5 April 2001
    Address by President of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski at the Ceremonies in Jedwabne Marking the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Jedwabne Tragedy on 10 July 2001
    Findings of Investigation S 1/00/Zn into the Murder of Polish Citizens of Jewish Origin in the Town of Jedwabne on 10 July 1941, pursuant to Article 1 Point 1 of the Decree of 31 August 1944
    "Jedwabne-Let Us Be Silent in the Face of This Crime: Piotr Lipinski Talks with Professor Andrzej Rzeplinski," Gazeta Wyborcza, 22 July 2002
    "A Poor Christian Looks at Jedwabne: Adam Boniecki and Michal Okonski Talk with Archbishop Henryk Muszynski," Tygodnik Powszechny, 25 March 2001
    Interview with the Primate of Poland, Cardinal Jozef Glemp, on the Murder of Jews in Jedwabne, 15 May 2001
    Rev. Stanislaw Musial, "We Ask You to Help Us Be Better," Gazeta Wyborcza, 23 May 2001. "We Are Different People: A Discussion about Jedwabne in Jedwabne," Wiez, April 2001
    "My Jedwabne" / Marta Kurkowska-Budzan.; "Collaboration Passed Over in Silence," Rzeczpospolita, 27 January 2001 / Tomasz Strzembosz
    "How to Grapple with the Perplexing Legacy," Polityka, 10 February 2001 / Jerzy Jedlicki
    "A Roundtable Discussion: Jedwabne-Crime and Memory," Rzeczpospolita, 3 March 2001
    "We of Jedwabne," Gazeta Wyborcza, 23 March 2001 / Anna Bikont
    "The Pogrom in Jedwabne: Critical Remarks about Jan T. Gross's Neighbors" / Bogdan Musial
    "Critical Remarks Indeed" / Jan Gross
    Jedwabne without Stereotypes: Agnieszka Sabor and Marek Zajac Talk with Professor Tomasz Szarota," Tygodnik Powszechny, 28 April 2002
    "Jedwabne: How Was It Possible?" / Dariusz Stola
    "Introduction to the Hebrew Edition of Neighbors" / David Engel
    "Do the Poor Poles Really Look at the Ghetto? Introduction to Hebrew Edition of Neighbors" / Israel Gutman
    "Heroes and Victims" (Extracts), New York Review of Books, 31 May 2001 / Istvn Dek
    "Jedwabne and the Selling of the Holocaust," Polish American Journal, May 2001 / Richard Lukas
    "Poles and the Jews: How Deep the Guilt?" New York Times, 17 March 2001 / Adam Michnik
    "Washington Diarist: Righteous" and an Exchange of Letters, New Republic, 9, 17, and 24 April 2001 / Leon Wieseltier and Adam Michnik.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Polonsky, Antony.
    Michlic, Joanna B.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    "Burnt Offering," Rzeczpospolita, 5 May 2000 / Andrzej Kaczynski -- "The Blood of Jedwabne," Kontakty, 7 May 2000 / Gabriela Szczesna -- "In Memory and Admonition," Gazeta Wsplczesna, 11 July 2000 / Maria Kaczynska -- "Prophecies Are Being Fulfilled," Prawda, May 1942 / Zofia Kossak-Szczucka -- "Obsessed with Innocence," Gazeta Wyborcza, 13-14 January 2001 / Joanna Tokarska-Bakir -- "A Need for Compensation," Rzeczpospolita, 26 January 2001 / Jan Nowak-Jezioranski -- "The Revolution of Nihilism," Glos, 3 February 2001 / Antoni Macierewicz -- "The Shortsightedness of the 'Cultured,'" Gazeta Wyborcza, 6 April 2001 / Hanna Swida-Ziemba -- "Homo Jedvabicus," Wprost, 22 July 2001 / Jerzy Slawomir Mac -- Living in Truth: Special Statement by Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek regarding the Slaughter of Jews in Jedwabne in 1941, April 2001 -- Address Delivered by Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., 5 April 2001 -- Address by President of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski at the Ceremonies in Jedwabne Marking the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Jedwabne Tragedy on 10 July 2001 -- Findings of Investigation S 1/00/Zn into the Murder of Polish Citizens of Jewish Origin in the Town of Jedwabne on 10 July 1941, pursuant to Article 1 Point 1 of the Decree of 31 August 1944 -- "Jedwabne-Let Us Be Silent in the Face of This Crime: Piotr Lipinski Talks with Professor Andrzej Rzeplinski," Gazeta Wyborcza, 22 July 2002 -- "A Poor Christian Looks at Jedwabne: Adam Boniecki and Michal Okonski Talk with Archbishop Henryk Muszynski," Tygodnik Powszechny, 25 March 2001 -- Interview with the Primate of Poland, Cardinal Jozef Glemp, on the Murder of Jews in Jedwabne, 15 May 2001 -- Rev. Stanislaw Musial, "We Ask You to Help Us Be Better," Gazeta Wyborcza, 23 May 2001. "We Are Different People: A Discussion about Jedwabne in Jedwabne," Wiez, April 2001 -- "My Jedwabne" / Marta Kurkowska-Budzan.; "Collaboration Passed Over in Silence," Rzeczpospolita, 27 January 2001 / Tomasz Strzembosz -- "How to Grapple with the Perplexing Legacy," Polityka, 10 February 2001 / Jerzy Jedlicki -- "A Roundtable Discussion: Jedwabne-Crime and Memory," Rzeczpospolita, 3 March 2001 -- "We of Jedwabne," Gazeta Wyborcza, 23 March 2001 / Anna Bikont -- "The Pogrom in Jedwabne: Critical Remarks about Jan T. Gross's Neighbors" / Bogdan Musial -- "Critical Remarks Indeed" / Jan Gross -- Jedwabne without Stereotypes: Agnieszka Sabor and Marek Zajac Talk with Professor Tomasz Szarota," Tygodnik Powszechny, 28 April 2002 -- "Jedwabne: How Was It Possible?" / Dariusz Stola -- "Introduction to the Hebrew Edition of Neighbors" / David Engel -- "Do the Poor Poles Really Look at the Ghetto? Introduction to Hebrew Edition of Neighbors" / Israel Gutman -- "Heroes and Victims" (Extracts), New York Review of Books, 31 May 2001 / Istvn Dek -- "Jedwabne and the Selling of the Holocaust," Polish American Journal, May 2001 / Richard Lukas -- "Poles and the Jews: How Deep the Guilt?" New York Times, 17 March 2001 / Adam Michnik -- "Washington Diarist: Righteous" and an Exchange of Letters, New Republic, 9, 17, and 24 April 2001 / Leon Wieseltier and Adam Michnik.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0691116431
    0691113068 (pbk. : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xiv, 489 p. ; 25 cm.

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