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Recovering a voice : West European Jewish communities after the Holocaust

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Recovering a voice : West European Jewish communities after the Holocaust
Call No: 940.55 W42r

Call Number940.55 W42r
Dates2015; ©2015
Statement of ResponsibilityDavid Weinberg.
Creators & ContributorsWeinberg, David H. (author)
Summary"David Weinberg’s multi-national study, focusing on France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, offers a wide lens through which to view post-war efforts to help Jewish communal life recover its voice and its raison d’être. By underscoring the similarities in the situation facing Jews across borders, he demonstrates how the three communities with the aid of international Jewish organizations utilized unprecedented means to meet unprecedented challenges. His thematic approach adds much to our understanding of post-war European Jewish life." —Publisher
  1. Return, relief, and rehabilitation
  2. Restructuring European Jewish communities: hopes and realities
  3. The challenge of a Jewish state
  4. Antisemitism and the historical memory of the Second World War
  5. The Cold War: a community divided
  6. Towards the future: religious, educational, and cultural reconstruction
Conclusion: the 1960s and beyond
Physical Description xi, 407 pages ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherPortland, OR : The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 2015 by David & Susie Zacks