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Born Jewish : a childhood in occupied Europe

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Born Jewish : a childhood in occupied Europe
Call No: 940.53161 L71b

Call Number940.53161 L71b
Dates[2005]; ©2005
Statement of Responsibilityby Marcel Liebman ; translated by Liz Heron ; with an introduction by Jacqueline Rose.
Creators & ContributorsLiebman, Marcel (author)
Heron, Liz (translator)
Rose, Jacqueline (contributor)
Liebman, Marcel (subject)
Summary"Marcel Liebman's account of his childhood in Brussels under the Nazi occupation explores the emergence of his class-consciousness against a background of resistance and collaboration. He documents the internal class war that has long been hidden from history—how the Nazi persecution exploited class distinctions within the Jewish community, and how certain Jewish notables collaborated in a systematic program of denunciation and deportation against immigrant Jews who lacked the privileges of wealth and citizenship. An eminent anti-Zionist and Marxist, Liebman tells the story of his family's struggle to survive in the face of persecution, terror and constant evasion." —Book jacket
Physical Description xix, 181 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish, Translated from the French by Liz Heron.
PublisherLondon : Verso
Notes
  • Translation of: juif (Paris : Editions Duculot, ©1977)
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 2019 by Stuart Michelson
Location in CollectionNew Library Items