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Jews and Gentiles in Central and Eastern Europe during the Holocaust in history and memory
ABSTRACT In Eastern Europe, where the genocide of the Jews became an almost “ordinary”, integral part of life during the war, as well as in Central Europe, removed from the direct proximity of theExpand
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Czechs, Slovaks and the Jews, 1938-48 : beyond idealisation and condemnation
List of Tables List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Exiles and the Situation in Nazi Europe 2. The Meaning of Loyalty: The Exiles and the Jews, 1939-41 3. The Holocaust 4. TheExpand
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Ota Konrád, and Rudolf Kučera. Cesty z apokalypsy: Fyzické násilí v pádu a obnově střední Evropy 1914‒1922. Prague: Academia, 2018. Pp. 364.
and the diaries. These people were proud, rich, prudent, and ultimately fallible, which means that although their money lasts, their challenges are not always met. An early firstborn is described asExpand
Days of Ruin: The Jews of Munkács during the Holocaust
bitter, but his sense of fairness, his resilience and his optimism add to his account a refreshing element of hope not often encountered in Holocaust memoirs. Perhaps the strongest incentive forExpand
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What did it mean to be Loyal? Jewish Survivors in Post‐War Czechoslovakia in a Comparative Perspective
Around 50,000 Jewish survivors returned to Czechoslovakia after the Second World War. Prewar Czechoslovakia built its image on the reputation of its perceived excellent treatment of minorities, inExpand
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