Antisemitism : the longest hatred
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Antisemitism : the longest hatred
Call No: 305.8924 W81a

Call Number305.8924 W81a
Dates[1994]; ©1991
Statement of ResponsibilityRobert S. Wistrich.
Creators & ContributorsWistrich, Robert S. (author)
SummaryAntisemitism: The Longest Hatred "takes a sweeping look at the phenomenon of antisemitism, tracing the insidious hatred of Jews from its pagan roots to its manifestation in present-day hotspots—including Communist bloc countries and Middle Eastern Islamic lands." —Google Books
ContentsList of Illustrations
Author's Note

Part 1. From the Cross to the Swastika
  1. Pagan Roots of Antisemitism
  2. Church and Synagogue
  3. The Medieval Legacy
  4. Modern Secular Anti-Judaism
  5. Antisemitism in Central Europe
  6. Hitler's 'Final Solution'
  7. After Auschwitz: the German Response
  8. The Waldheim Syndrome
Part 2. Enemies of the People
  1. Britain: the Limits of Tolerance
  2. America: Whites, Blacks and Jews
  3. France: from Dreyfus to Le Pen
  4. East European Nationalists
  5. Poland: Antisemitism without Jews
  6. The Soviet Disunion
Part 3. Between Moses and Mohammed
  1. Jews in Islamic Lands
  2. Conspiracies and Holy Wars
  3. The Question of Palestine
  4. Arabism, Semitism and Antisemitism
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Physical Description xxvi, 341 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Schocken Books
EditionFirst American Paperback Edition
  • "Originally published in Great Britain by Methuen London in 1991. First American edition published in hardcover by Pantheon Books in 1992." —Title page verso
  • "Written to accompany the Thames Television series on antisemitism, The Longest Hatred..." —Acknowledgements, page xi
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 2021 by Shannon LaBelle & Kevin Forbes
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