After the Holocaust: Polish-Jewish Conflict in the Wake of World War II

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East European Monographs, 2003 - History - 265 pages
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Conventional wisdom holds that Jews killed in Poland immediately after World War II were victims of ubiquitous Polish anti-Semitism. This book traces the roots of Polish-Jewish conflict after the war, demonstrating that it was a two-sided phenomenon and not simply an extension of the Holocaust.

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Contents

Two Occupiers Two Revolutions and Peoples Poland
15
The Jewish Community and the Communists
31
The Independentist Propaganda
53
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Marek Jan Chodakiewicz is the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies at the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia.

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