3 edition of Polin, 1968: Forty Years After (Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry) found in the catalog.
Polin, 1968: Forty Years After (Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry)
by Littman Library of Jewish
Written in English
|Contributions||Lech Gluchowski (Editor), Antony Polonsky (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
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Gluchowski: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. In consequence, nea Jews--a very large part of Poland's Jewish community--left for Israel, western Europe, and North America, effectively ending Jewish life in the country for over a decade.
The events of were long ignored by scholars but in recent years their importance in the process which led to the collapse of communism has become increasingly evident. Polin, Forty Years After: 21 (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 novembre di Leszek W. Gluchowski (a cura di), Antony Polonsky (a cura di)Format: Copertina flessibile.
50 years ago Polish Communist authorities launched an antisemitic campaign which resulted in the exodus of ca 13, Poles of Jewish origin from Poland.
POLIN Museum developed an extensive program "Estranged. March '68 and Its Aftermath" in order to recall the causes, the course and the long-term consequences of the events of Published for the Institute for Polish—Jewish Studies and the American Association for Polish—Jewish Studies.
Established in by the Institute for Polish—Jewish Studies, Polin has acquired a well-deserved reputation for publishing authoritative material on all aspects of Polish Jewry. Contributions are drawn from many disciplines — history, politics, religious studies, literature.
After the events of March he was sentenced to two years in prison for belonging to “a union that intended – by means of provoking public anti-government and anti-Party demonstrations – to implement a ‘political agenda’ hostile to the People's Republic of Poland”.
In. Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry Volume Focusing on Jewish Popular Culture and Its Afterlife by Michael C. Steinlauf 1 Ratings published 2 editionsAuthor: Antony Polonsky.
Walking north from Grzybowski Square, you reach Bankowy Square. In those times, years ago, at the site of the Blue Skyscraper which replaced the monumental synagogue in Tłomackie Street, was the unfinished “Golden Skyscraper”, under construction for as long as anyone could remember.
Note on Place Names Note on Transliteration PART I: THE CRISIS AFTER FORTY YEARS Introduction leszek w. gluchowski and antony polonsky The Hate Campaign of March How Did It Become Anti-Jewish. dariusz stola Jews, Antisemitism, Emigration jerzy eisler The March Events: Targeting the Jews wlodzymiersz rozenbaum A Critical.
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Established inthe Littman Library of Jewish Civilization is a respected leader in Jewish Studies titles. HEB is partnering with the Littman Library to digitize its ongoing series Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, launched in and published for the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies and the American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies.How We Got Here It was a remarkable year that brought upheaval and progress on civil rights, politics, and technology.
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