The Jews in Poland

Chimen Abramsky, Author, Antony Polonsky, Author, Maciej Jachimczyk, Author Wiley-Blackwell $39.95 (276p) ISBN 978-0-631-16582-8
The second-largest pre-Holocaust Jewish population in the world, the once-flourishing culture of Polish Jewry--seedbed of Zionism, socialism and neo-orthodoxies--is examined in what PW called ``a set of scholarly papers.'' The editors depict how, throughout history, Poland's Jews have consistently been victims of anti-Semitism promoted as government policy. (May)
Reviewed on: 01/14/1991
Release date: 01/01/1991
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