ספר יון מצולה : (גזירת ת"ח ות"ט).
הנובר, נתן נטע בן משה, 1620-1683Book
The book consists of four parts: four chapters of texts on the history of the Jews in Poland, appendixes, illustrations, and maps. Regarding antisemitism, see ch. 4 (pp. 87-136), "German Annihilation of the Jews", and three brief texts in the appendices which relate to antisemitism. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)
Jews in Poland : a documentary history : the rise of Jews as a nation from Congressus Judaicus in Poland to the Knesset in Israel / by Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski.
New York : Hippocrene Books
pt. I. Text -- Foreword / Richard Pipes. Ch. 1. Jews in Poland, Synopsis of a 1000 Year History. Ch. 2. 1264 Statute on Jewish Liberties in Poland. Ch. 3. Jewish Autonomy in Poland 1264-1795. Ch. 4. German Annihilation of the Jews -- pt. I. Appendixes. 1. Eastern Strategy, World War I. 2. H. Grynberg, Is Polish Anti-Semitism Special? 3. Reconciliation Appeal. 4. Polish Bishops on Anti-Semitism. 5. President Walesa's Speech to the Knesset. 6. Protest of an Open Slander and the "Genocide Libel" 7. Dr. R. Slovenko on Polish-Jewish Relations. 8. Bibliography and Recommended Reading -- pt. II. Illustrations. Jews in Polish Graphic Arts. Jewish Press in Poland -- pt. III. Atlas. Poland in Jewish History, A Perspective. Early Settlements in Poland, 966-1264. The Crucial 500 Years, 1264-1795. Under Foreign Rule, Competition, 1795-1918. The Last Blossoming of Jewish Culture in Poland, 1918-1939. Shoah, German Genocide of the Jews, 1940-1944. Briha, the Escape from Europe, 1945-
Illustrations on lining papers.
"A thousand years in Poland ended in German mass murders. The Jews reacted with a dramatic effort and an extraordinary impetus to establish the Jewish Nation in Israel".
Includes bibliographical references (pages 164-181) and index.
402 pages : illustrations, maps
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