2 edition of Polish-Jewish history and culture found in the catalog.
Polish-Jewish history and culture
John P. Robarts Research Library.
|Statement||Robarts Library, University of Toronto.|
|LC Classifications||Z6373.P6 J64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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But it is starting to return. Though it's not Jewish people who are This book focuses on the fate of Polish Jews and Polish-Jewish relations during the Holocaust and its aftermath, in the ill-recognized era of Eastern-European pogroms after the WW2. It is based on the author’s own ethnographic research in those areas of Poland where the Holocaust machinery :// Chidusz 9/ Amos Oz, Jewish secular culture, and the problem of Polish Wikipedia.
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Discover how Jews first arrived in Polish lands, why they stayed, and how Poland became home to one of the largest Jewish communities in the world – there were million Jews in Poland before the :// Before liberation innearly five million Poles died—including three million Jews and million non-Jewish Polish citizens.
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