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Losy zydowskich zolnierzy u Hitlera

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Hitler's Jewish Soldiers: The Untold Story of Nazi Racial Laws and Men of Jewish Descent in the German Military (Modern War Studies) [Moja recenzja byla 26 Pazdziernika 2005) >>more...

: Na pograniczu dwoch swiatow;IN THE NO-MAN’S-LAND BETWEEN TWO WORLDS

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
IN THE NO-MAN’S-LAND BETWEEN TWO WORLDS is a nonliteral, but perhaps the most informative, translation of this Polish-language work. It refers to the assimilated Jewish author’s difficulty of completely fitting into either the Jewish world or the Polish world. >>more...

The Polish Underground and the Jews, 1939-1945;An Odd Chimera of Good/Poor Quality. Contextual Vacuum. Scholars Disregarded. Blatantly Selective Use and Avoidance of Evidence,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The sophisticated reader who is looking for something new--a book that candidly addresses both sides of Polish-Jewish antagonisms--can stop right here. It does not. It continues the standard Jewish-wrongdoing-denialism approach. [My review is based on an online version, and the pagination used below does not correspond to the pagination of the printed version of this book.]

To address and correct all the issues raised in this book would require its own book. I focus on a few of them. >>more...

Poles,Jews and holocaust;A History of American Jewish Polonophobia Through the 1980's

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Although this book was written almost 20 years ago, it retains its significance. Its author was one of the last surviving leaders of the Polish Underground state under German Nazi occupation, and was honored at Yad Vashem for his aid to Jews (p. 104). He not only gives a firsthand account of Polish-Jewish relations during WWII, but also traces many mischaracterizations of this history in the American press through 1989. The informed reader can also appreciate how little has changed since then. >>more...

The Shtetl: Myth and Reality (Studies in Polish Jewry);Almost-Insurmountable Jewish Economic Dominance. Root Causes of Polish anti-Jewish Hostilities. 1936 Przytyk Pogrom Debate,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
As with other works of the POLIN series, this one presents a lot of information, but often in a skin-deep manner. I focus on a few themes.

JEWS FIRST EXCLUDED THEMSELVES FROM POLAND >>more...

Judaism in Practice: From the Middle Ages through the Early Modern Period;Medieval to Early Modern Jewish Practices. Conflict Between the Hasidim and the Mitnagdim Portrayed as Bitter at Times

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
This work covers many topics, and has a few chapters on women in Judaism. It has sections dealing with the life cycle, Torah and learning, Jewish community life, etc. I focus on a few salient topics: >>more...

the Story of one life;sThe Wide-Ranging Experiences of an Assimilated and Catholic Polish Jew and Intellectual

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
(Hirschfeld), who came from an assimilated Jewish family, converted to Catholicism about 1920, out of a love for Poland. (p. 412). He describes his scientific work as a serologist, and mentions many scientific personages. He then focuses on the German terror bombing of Warsaw in 1939, the Nazi German savagery directed against both Jews and Poles, his incarceration in the Warsaw Ghetto, his escape from the ghetto, and the assistance he got from Poles. This enabled him to survive the Holocaust. >>more...

The Jews Amongst the Nations: In Defence of the Talmud;A Disappointingly-Brief Talmud Apologetic That Includes the Use of Some Rather Creative Thinking,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
This short (15-page) pamphlet was written in 1934 by Talmudic scholar Joseph Shapotshnick, who was President of the Rabbinical Association in England. The author called attention to the way that Adolf Hitler and Alfred Rosenberg were vilifying the Jewish people. (p. 3) >>more...

No Way Out: The Politics of Polish Jewry 1935-1939 (Monographs of the Hebrew Union College) ;The Ongoing Polish Emancipation From Jewish Economic Dominance: A Judeocentric Perspective,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The author surveys Polish-Jewish relations in pre-WWII Poland that had following the death of Jozef Pilsudski (1935-1939). Compared with most other Jewish authors, Emanuel Melzer is non-strident in his manner of expression, and he often presents both sides of the picture. However, he omits important facts, and I mention some of them, below, for the benefit of the reader.
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The Jews of Europe Before the Second World War;The State of European Judaism. Has Inadvertent Insights Into Some of the Negative Aspects of Pre-WWII Polish-Jewish Relations,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The Jewish communities of both eastern and western Europe underwent many changes in the decades leading up to WWII, but the Holocaust has overshadowed them. Wasserstein helps the reader understand what the Jewish communities were like. >>more...
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