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Youtai ren zai Zhongguo = The Jews in China

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Youtai ren zai Zhongguo = The Jews in China
Call No: 951.13 P18j

Call Number951.13 P18j
Dates2005
Statement of Responsibilitycompiled and edited by Pan Guang.
Creators & ContributorsPan, Guang (editor)
SummaryThis book tells of the history and life of Jews in various regions of China from the ancient times till after the Second World War. It contains images of Jews in Shanghai, Harbin, Tianjin, Shenyang, Manzhouli, Hailar, and Qingdao. It gives accounts of how Jews struggled and succeeded in Hong Kong, how Dr. He Fengshan, known as China’s Schindler, saved Jewish refugees, and of Jewish internationalists, such as Jacob Rosenfeld, Hans Muller, and Hans Shippe, who made great contributions to the liberation cause of the Chinese people. In addition, the album records visits of state leaders, and research into Chinese Jews conducted in various parts of the world. With over 200 b&w photos and maps. —Publisher
Contents
  1. Jews in ancient China: the case of Kaifeng
  2. From Baghdad to Hong Kong and Shanghai: the Sephardi experience
  3. The second homeland: Russian (Ashkenazi) Jews in China
  4. Haven for Holocaust victims from Nazi Europe
  5. The historical pages of traditional friendship between the Chinese and Jewish people
  6. Jews in China: a hot topic of academic research d public interest
Physical Description 241 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish, Chinese
PublisherBeijing : Wu zhou chuan bo chu ban she = China Intercontinental Press
EditionXiu ding ban, di 3 ban = Updated Edition, the 3rd edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 231–237)