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Anti-jewish Violence In Poland, 1914-1920

Anti-jewish Violence In Poland, 1914-1920 - Hagen, Professor William W. (university Of California, Davis) - ISBN: 9780521884921
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Geschiedenis
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The first scholarly account of massive and fateful pogrom waves, interpreted through the lens of folk culture and social psychology.

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Titel: Anti-jewish Violence In Poland, 1914-1920
auteur: Hagen, Professor William W. (university Of California, Davis)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 566
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Geschiedenis
Afmetingen: 228 x 152 x 35
Gewicht: 900 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780521884921
Intern nummer: 40174541

Biografie (woord)

William W. Hagen is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of California, Davis. He has published extensively, including German History in Modern Times (2012), which was selected as an 'outstanding academic work' by the American Library Association's journal, Choice.

Inhoudsopgave

Introduction: culture and psychology of the Polish–Jewish relationship; Theoretical footnote: ethnic violence in social science and historiography; Part I. War, Hunger, Revolt: Galicia, 1914–1918: 1. Peacetime precursors, Russian invasion, and the first wartime pogroms, 1914–1916; 2. West Galicia's Jews, 1917–1918: objects of envy, targets of rage; 3. Polish dawn, Jewish midnight: the November 1918 Pogroms in West Galicia and Lwów; 4. Reading the November Pogroms: rage, shame, denial, denunciations; Part II. National Independence's After-Tremors: 5. Jews in Russian Poland, 1914–1919: German friends, Russian enemies, Polish rivals, Zionist prophets; 6. In National Freedom's morning light: disarray in Warsaw, social war in Galicia; Part III. Pogroms' Path Eastward, 1919–1920: 7. Soldierly antisemitism, Pinsk massacre, and Morgenthau's mission: pranks, exorcisms, explanations, exculpations; 8. On apocalypse's edge: army and Jews during the Polish–Soviet War, 1920; 9. In Armageddon's shadow: anti-Jewish violence in the Polish–Soviet War Zone, July-October 1920; 10. In Eastern anarchy's orbit: Polish soldiery among Cossacks and anti-Bolshevik Warlords; Conclusion: lords of commerce, lords of communism – print antisemitism, popular anti-Judaism; Bibliography; Index.

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