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Greek Jewry in the twentieth century, 1913–1983 : patterns of Jewish survival in the Greek Provinces before and after the Holocaust 

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Greek Jewry in the twentieth century, 1913–1983 : patterns of Jewish survival in the Greek Provinces before and after the Holocaust 
Call No: 949.5074 P72g

Call Number949.5074 P72g
Dates[1996]; ©1996
Statement of ResponsibilityJoshua Eli Plaut.
Creators & ContributorsPlaut, Joshua Eli (author)
Summary"Greek Jewry in the Twentieth Century... examines the events and living situation of Greek Jewry before, during, and after the Second World War. Drawing upon archival documents, oral histories, photographs and more, Rabbi Plaut suggests seven principles that contribute to the survival of small-town Jewish communities in Greece. Closely researched, with appendices that include deportation testimonies and the Greek national constitution, Greek Jewry In The Twentieth Century is an involving, informative look the history of a community struggling between national, ethnic, and religious identities." —Publisher
Contents
  1. The Sephardi and Romaniot Communities of Greece in the Early Twenty Century
  2. The Jewish Community's Response to Economic and Cultural Restrictions in Greek Society, 1913–1935
  3. The Destruction and Rehabilitation of the Greek-Jewish communities, 1936–1955
  4. Individual and Communal Jewish Life in the Greek Provinces, 1956–1983
  5. The Shaping of Greek-Jewish Identity over Three Generations and Principles of Small-Town Community Survival and Disintegration
Physical Description 220 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherMadison, NJ : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London : Associated University Presses
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 202–205) and index