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The introduction to Volume 2 Part 1 (pp. 7-83) discusses, inter alia, antisemitism in Bavaria during the Weimar period, the Nazi rise to power and the anti-Jewish laws, emigration in the 1930s, the "Kristallnacht" pogrom, Aryanization, and deportations. The remainder of the book contains a list of the Jewish communities in Bavaria. The entries include community histories (often from the medieval period), antisemitic occurrences from the medieval period until the Holocaust, and the fate of each community in the Holocaust. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; The entries in Volume 2 Part 3 are arranged alphabetically by names of towns in Hesse and Hesse-Nassau, giving historical and demographic information and a selected bibliography. Mentions persecution of Jews throughout history, as well as events during the Holocaust period and the fate of the Jewish population in each town. Pp. 599-685 relate the history of the Jews in Frankfurt am Main. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; The entries in Volume 2 Part 5 discuss regions now in the Ukraine and Belarus. The entries are arranged alphabetically by names of towns, giving historical and demographic information, and a bibliographical list of sources for each entry. Persecution of Jews is mentioned in various places and periods, as well as events during the Holocaust period and the fate of the Jewish population of each town. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 2 Part 6 includes entries on 67 Jewish communities in the districts of Poznan and Pomerania (on Gdansk see pp. 33-42). During World War II parts of these areas were incorporated into the Reich. Each entry describes the history of the Jewish community, in many cases from the Middle Ages, including antisemitic residence restrictions, anti-Jewish legislation, blood libels, etc., and relates the fate of the community in the Holocaust. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 3 contains a list of the Jewish communities in Hungary, also describing antisemitic occurrences until the Holocaust, and the fate of each community in the Holocaust. Includes brief essays. Partial contents: Antisemitism in the Period of Dualism (38-48); The Struggle for the Recognition of the Jewish Religion (49-51); Revisionism and Persecution, 1914-1939 (64-81); Rothkirchen, Livia. The Events of the Holocaust Period (104-118). -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 4 Part 3 lists in alphabetical order, presents historical information on 165 Jewish communities, each of which had a population of at least 100 Jews, in western Galicia and Silesia. Describes, also, anti-Jewish legislation from the medieval period through the 19th century, anti-Jewish riots (e.g. in 1898 and 1918-19), discrimination against Jews in the 1920s, and increasing antisemitism in the 1930s (including boycotts). Reports on many blood libels and host desecration accusations between the 15th-early 20th centuries. Relates the fate of each community in the Holocaust, including ghettoization and deportation; most of the Jewish communities were liquidated by summer 1943. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 4 Part 7 contains 136 entries for the Lublin district and 129 entries for the Kielce district. Each entry describes the history of the Jewish community from the Middle Ages through World War II. Relates to pogroms and anti-Jewish legislation in various periods, and the fate of each community in the Holocaust. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 4 Part 8 pp. 1-25 contain an introduction by Shmuel Spector relating the history of these areas, which are included here according to the geographic division of Poland in 1921. Each entry describes the history of the Jewish community, including antisemitic events, and relates the fate of the community in the Holocaust. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; The entries in Volume 5 are arranged alphabetically by names of towns, giving historical information and a selected bibliography. In the introduction (pp. 1- 142), by Jozeph Michman, pp. 62-133 discuss antisemitism in the 1930s and the events of the Holocaust period, including issues such as the Dutch Nazi Party, the Jewish Council, the deportations, rescue and resistance, the Dutch internment and transit camps. Pp. 133-142, on the postwar period, relates also to issues such as the war orphans and Nazi war crimes trials. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; The entries in Volume 6 list the Jewish communities separately for each country (Latvia - 103; Estonia - 16), describing each community until its destruction in the Holocaust. Presents historical, political, social and intellectual history, as well as demography and statistics. The historical description is usually divided into three periods: up to World War I, the interwar period, World War II and the postwar period; the Soviet occupation (1940-41) and the Nazi occupation (1941-44) are dealt with separately. Each entry includes a bibliography. The introductions by Dov Levin (Latvia, pp. 1-50; Estonia, pp. 299-315) discuss antisemitism, pogroms, anti-Jewish legislation, persecutions, expulsions, and Holocaust-related issues, such as ghettoization, mass murders, deportations, concentration and extermination camps, and resistance. The regions discussed belonged at times to Sweden, Germany, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, and the USSR. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 7 presents information on the history of the Jewish communities (listed alphabetically) and their fate in the Holocaust. The introduction (pp. 1-25) discusses, inter alia, antisemitism in the 19th-20th centuries, antisemitic writings in the nationalist and extreme-right press, and the fate of the Jews in the Holocaust. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; The introduction to Volume 8 (pp. 1-110), by Levin, presents a survey of Lithuanian Jewish history from the late 13th through the 20th centuries. The rest of the volume lists the Jewish communities of Lithuania in alphabetical order, giving the history of each community from the time of the first Jewish settlement there until its destruction in the Holocaust. The introduction and many of the entries describe antisemitic acts, such as discrimination, persecution, ghettoization, and pogroms. Each entry contains demographic information, relates the fate of the Jewish population, and is followed by a selected bibliography. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; The introduction to Volume 9 (pp. 1-28) discusses the history of the Jewish communities in Libya and Tunisia. Describes Islamic persecution in the 12th century, which resulted in the destruction of the Jewish communities. Under Ottoman rule from the 16th century, the Jews were relegated to dhimma status (including second-class citizenship and special clothing and taxes) until the reforms of the 19th century. Under colonial rule - Italian in Libya from 1911 and French in Tunisia from 1881 - there were limitations on Jewish autonomy, some of them remnants from Muslim rule. During the Holocaust many Libyan Jews were sent to Italian concentration camps and liberated by the British in early 1943. The German occupation of Tunisia (November 1942-May 1943) was short-lived, but many Tunisian Jews in France perished in the Holocaust. Pp. 29-204 contain entries for the Jewish communities of Libya; pp. 205-491 for those of Tunisia. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. ; Volume 10 presents 117 entries on Jewish communities in Greece, from ca. 300 to the present. Includes a historical introduction (pp. 1-47), an English summary of the introduction (pp. ix-xvii), and an appendix to the historical introduction dedicated to the Jewish community of Albania (pp. 413-423). Each entry contains information concerning political, social, and intellectual history, including expulsions, pogroms, and anti-Jewish legislation, but focuses in particular on the Holocaust period. -- From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism.

כותר פנקס הקהילות : אנציקלופדיה של היישובים היהודיים למן היווסדם ועד לאחר שואת מלחמת העולם השנייה.
כותרים נוספים רומניה
גרמניה
הונגריה
פולין
הולנד
יגוסלביה
ליטא
לוב, תוניסיה
תוניסיה
יון
סלובקיה
Added t.p.: Pinkas hakehillot.
פנקס הקהלות
מקום קשור Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
מחבר/יוצר לביא, תיאודור, 1905-1983
מוציא לאור ירושלים : יד ושם
שנה תש"ל-תשס"ז
הערת תוכן ותקציר התוכן:
[1]. רומניה.
כרך א. עורכים: תיאודור לביא, אביבה ברושי (בן-אז"ר), צבי שאל. תש"ל (1969). רכד, 552, [2] ע', איורים, פורט".
כרך ב: עורכים: ז'אן אנצ'ל, תיאודור לביא. תש"ם. [11], 568, [4] ע', איורים, פורט', מפ', פקס'. 28 ס"מ.
[2]. גרמניה.
[כרך א]. באוואריה / ברוך צבי אופיר, בהשתתפות חסיה טורטל-אברז'נסקה, שלמה שמידט. תשל"ג (1972). יב, 683, XL ע', איורים, פורט', פקס", מפות.
[כרך ב]. וירטמברג, הוהנצולרן, באדן / עורך - יוסף ולק. תשמ"ה. יב, [1], 549, [4] ע'.
[כרך ג]. הסן, הסן-נאסאו, פראנקפורט / העורך - הנרי וסרמן. תשנ"ב. יב, 725, [7] ע', איורים, מפה צבעונית.
כרך ד. חלק I-II. צפון מערב גרמניה / עורכים - דניאל פרנקל ותמר אברהם, בשיתוף פעולה עם הרברט אובנאוס ודוד בנקיר. תשס"ז. טז, [5], 588, VII, ז, 589-1125, XXII ע'. אירוים ומפות צבעוניים (מפה אחת מקופלת במעטפה בסוף החלק II).
[3]. הונגריה / המערכת: תיאודור לביא, נתנאל קצבורג [ואחרים]. תשל"ו. [14], 557, [2] ע', איורים, פורט", מפות, פקס". 28 ס"מ.
[4]. פולין.
כרך א. לודז' והגליל / ערכו - דנוטה דומברובסקה, אברהם ויין. תשל"ו. טו, 285, XV, ע', לו"ת, מפ'. מפתחות.
כרך ב. גאליציה המזרחית / העורכים: דנוטה דומברובסקה, אברהם ויין, אהרון וייס. תש"ם. לא, 563, [6] ע', לו"ת, פקס', מפ'. מפתחות.
כרך ג. גאליציה המערבית ושלזיה. תשמ"ד. כג, 392, [4] ע', לו"ת, מפ', פקס'. מפתחות.
כרך ד. וארשה והגליל. תשמ"ט. כד, 482, [4] ע', איורים, מפות.
כרך ה. ווהלין ופולסיה / שמואל ספקטור. תש"ן. ט, 341, [5], איורים, מפות, פורט'.
כרך ו. מחוזות פוזנן ופומרניה, גדנסק (דנציג) / העורך - אברהם ויין, עורכת משנה - רחל גרוסבאום פסטרנק. תשנ"ט. [5], 156, [4] ע', איורים, פורט", פקס".
כרך ז. מחוזות לובלין, קיילצה / העורך - אברהם ויין. תשנ"ט. [6], 628, VIII ע', איורים (חלקם צבעוניים), מפות, פקס".
כרך ח. מחוזות וילנה, ביאליסטוק, נובוגרודק. העורך - שמואל ספקטור
עורכת משנה - ברכה פרוינליך. תשס"ו 2005. ז, 653, VI ע', [8] עמודי לוחות, איורים (חלקם צבעוניים), מפות (חלקן צבעוניות), פקס".
[5]. הולנד / יוסף מכמן, הרטוך בים, דן מכמן. תשמ"ה. י, 434, [6] ע', איורים, מפ', פקס'.
[6]. לאטביה ואסטוניה / עורך דב לוין. תשמ"ח. ט, [1], 396, [4] ע', איורים, מפות, פורט'.
[7]. יוגוסלאוויה / העורך - צבי לוקר. תשמ"ח 1988. [6], 382, [5] ע', מפות, פורט", איורים.
[8]. ליטא / העורך דב לוין. תשנ"ו. יז, 748, [7] ע' : איורים, מפה, פורט", פקס".
[9]. לוב, תוניסיה / העורכת - עירית אברמסקי-בליי. תשנ"ז 1997. יב, 533, IX ע' : איורים (חלקם צבעוניים), מפות צבעוניות, פקס".
[10]. יוון / העורכת - ברכה ריבלין. תשנ"ט 1998. ז, [4], 453, XVII ע' : איורים (חלקם צבעוניים), מפות, פקס" (חלקם צבעוניים).
[11]. סלובקיה / העורך - יהושע רוברט ביכלר. תשס"ג 2003. ח, 588, XX ע', [2] דפי לוחות : איורים (חלקם צבעוניים), מפות צבעוניות, פורט".
הערות נוסף שער באנגלית.
ביבליוגרפיה בסופי המאמרים.
תיאור 11 כר' ([1-11])
28 ס"מ.
שפה עברית
מספר מדף/סרט/תיק 14871
מזהה ISBN9789653082861 (v.2,pt.4)
ISBN9653080709 (v.4,pt.7)
ISBN9653082469 (v.4,pt.8)
ISBN9653080695 (v.6)
ISBN9653080660 (v.10)
ISBN9653081780 (v.11)
מספר מערכת 990011495450205171
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