Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland

@inproceedings{Gross2004NeighborsTD,
  title={Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland},
  author={Jan Tomasz Gross},
  year={2004}
}
Acknowledgments ix Introduction 3 Outline of the Story 14 Sources 23 Before the War 33 Soviet Occupation, 1939-1941 41 The Outbreak of the Russo-German War and the Pogrom in Radzilow 54 Preparations 72 Who Murdered the Jews of Jedwabne? 79 The Murder 90 Plunder 105 Intimate Biographies 111 Anachronism 122 What Do People Remember? 126 Collective Responsibility 132 New Approach to Sources 138 Is It Possible to Be Simultaneously a Victim and a Victimizer?143 Collaboration 152 Social Support for… Expand
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