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Jewish life in Nazi-occupied Warsaw

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Notes

  • "Published for the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies and the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies."
  • Reprint. Originally published: Oxford : Basil Blackwell, 1992.
  • Includes bibliographical references.

Contents

  • Statement from the editors -- Articles: A brief history of the Jews in Royal Prussia before 1772 / Zenon Nowak. From the Ghetto to modern culture : the autobiographies of Salomon Maimon and Jakob Fromer / Ritchie Robertson. Jan Czyński and the question of equality of rights for all religious faiths in Poland / Adam Gałkowski. Adam Mickiewicz's 'Forty and four' or the dangers of playing with Kabbalahs / Joanna Rostropowicz Clark. Gender differentiation and education of the Jewish woman in nineteenth-century Eastern Europe / Shaul Stampfer. Vox populi, Vox dei : the centrality of Peretz in Jewish folkloristics / Mark W. Kiel. The Linas-Hatsedek charitable fraternity in Białystok, 1885-1939 / Tomasz Wiśniewski. The Jewish press in Kraków (1918-1939) / Czesław Brzoza. Ritual slaughter as a political issue / Szymon Rudnicki. Britain and the Jewish exodus from Poland following the Second World War / Ariel Joseph Kochavi. Henryk Grynberg calls Poland to account / Jósef Wróbel -- Life in Nazi-occupied Warsaw: Three Ghetto sketches / Jan Marek Groński. My recollections of the deportation of Janusz Korczak / Marek Rudnicki. The death of Adam Czerniaków and Janusz Korczak's last journey / Jerzy Lewiński. Sister Wanda/ Anna Clarke -- Notes: The activities of the democratic societies and democratic party in defending Jewish rights in Poland on the eve of Hitler's invasion / Aharon Weiss. Documents dealing with the history of Jews in Galicia in Lwow Archives / Dora Katzenelson -- Review articles: The literary afterlife of Polish Jewry / Zygmunt Bauman. Jewish themes in 'The beautiful Mrs Seidenmann' by Andrzej Szczpiorski / Laura Quercioli. About the 'Jews-in-Poland' Exhibition in Kraków June-October 1989 / Aleksander Zyga
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