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"Juden unerwünscht"
19,00 € *
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Nirgendwo waren Juden, die den Holocaust überlebt hatten, willkommen. Der Befreiung aus Konzentrationslagern und Zwangsarbeit folgte die Erkenntnis, dass sie in ihrer Heimat unerwünscht waren - gleich ob diese in Polen oder Ungarn, in der Slowakei oder Rumänien lag. Deutschland war ein Sonderfall: Hier sammelten sich unter Obhut der US-Army und britischer Besatzungstruppen jene, die keine Heimat mehr hatten oder nicht in die Länder zurückkehren wollten, in denen sie gedemütigt worden waren und ihre Angehörigen verloren hatten. Die jüdischen "Displaced Parsons" sammelten sich vor allem in der amerikanischen und britischen Besatzungszone. Doch ihnen war keineswegs das Mitgefühl schuldbewusster Deutscher sicher. Im Gegenteil: Anwohner der DPCamps beklagten sich über die Juden, Behörden veranlassten mit dem Vorwand des Verdachts auf Schwarzmarktgeschäfte Razzien. Auch osteuropäische Juden waren in ihrer Heimat mit der Kälte ehemaliger Nachbarn konfrontiert. Am erschreckendsten war 1946 das Wiederaufflammen von Judenhass, der sich im Pogrom von Kielce entlud. 42 Überlebende des Holocaust fanden den Tod. Aber auch in weiteren polnischen Orten, in der Slowakei, in Ungarn und Rumänien wurde nach dem Holocaust Gewalt gegen Juden verübt.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 18.02.2020
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Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland After Auschwitz: ...
17,90 CHF *
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An astonishing and heartbreaking study of the Polish Holocaust survivors who returned home only to face continued violence and anti-Semitism at the hands of their neighbors '[Fear] culminates in so keen a shock that even a student of the Jewish tragedy during World War II cannot fail to feel it.'-Elie Wiesel FINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD Poland suffered an exceedingly brutal Nazi occupation during the Second World War, in which 90 percent of the country's three and a half million Jews perished. Yet despite this unprecedented calamity, Jewish Holocaust survivors returning to their hometowns in Poland after the war were further subjected to terror and bloodshed. The deadliest peacetime pogrom in twentieth-century Europe took place in the Polish town of Kielce on July 4, 1946. In Fear, Jan T. Gross addresses a vexing question: How was this possible? At the center of his investigation is a detailed reconstruction of the Kielce pogrom and how ordinary Poles responded to the spectacle of Jews being murdered by their fellow citizens. Anti-Semitism, Gross argues, became a common currency between the Communist regime and a society in which many were complicit in the Nazi campaign of plunder and murder-and for whom the Jewish survivors were a standing reproach. For more than half a century, the fate of Jewish Holocaust survivors in Poland was cloaked in guilt and shame. Writing with passion, brilliance, and fierce clarity, Jan T. Gross brings to light a truth that must never be ignored. Praise for Fear 'That a civilized nation could have descended so low . . . such behavior must be documented, remembered, discussed. This Gross does, intelligently and exhaustively.'-The New York Times Book Review 'Gripping . . . an especially powerful and, yes, painful reading experience . . . illuminating and searing.'-Los Angeles Times Book Review 'Gross tells a devastating story. . . . One can only hope that this important book will make a difference.'-Boston Sunday Globe 'A masterful work that sheds necessary light on a tragic and often-ignored aspect of postwar history.'-Booklist (starred review) 'Astonishing . . . Gross supplies impeccable documentation.'-Baltimore Sun 'Compelling . . . Gross builds a meticulous case.'-Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland After Auschwitz: ...
19,99 € *
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An astonishing and heartbreaking study of the Polish Holocaust survivors who returned home only to face continued violence and anti-Semitism at the hands of their neighbors '[Fear] culminates in so keen a shock that even a student of the Jewish tragedy during World War II cannot fail to feel it.'-Elie Wiesel FINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD Poland suffered an exceedingly brutal Nazi occupation during the Second World War, in which 90 percent of the country's three and a half million Jews perished. Yet despite this unprecedented calamity, Jewish Holocaust survivors returning to their hometowns in Poland after the war were further subjected to terror and bloodshed. The deadliest peacetime pogrom in twentieth-century Europe took place in the Polish town of Kielce on July 4, 1946. In Fear, Jan T. Gross addresses a vexing question: How was this possible? At the center of his investigation is a detailed reconstruction of the Kielce pogrom and how ordinary Poles responded to the spectacle of Jews being murdered by their fellow citizens. Anti-Semitism, Gross argues, became a common currency between the Communist regime and a society in which many were complicit in the Nazi campaign of plunder and murder-and for whom the Jewish survivors were a standing reproach. For more than half a century, the fate of Jewish Holocaust survivors in Poland was cloaked in guilt and shame. Writing with passion, brilliance, and fierce clarity, Jan T. Gross brings to light a truth that must never be ignored. Praise for Fear 'That a civilized nation could have descended so low . . . such behavior must be documented, remembered, discussed. This Gross does, intelligently and exhaustively.'-The New York Times Book Review 'Gripping . . . an especially powerful and, yes, painful reading experience . . . illuminating and searing.'-Los Angeles Times Book Review 'Gross tells a devastating story. . . . One can only hope that this important book will make a difference.'-Boston Sunday Globe 'A masterful work that sheds necessary light on a tragic and often-ignored aspect of postwar history.'-Booklist (starred review) 'Astonishing . . . Gross supplies impeccable documentation.'-Baltimore Sun 'Compelling . . . Gross builds a meticulous case.'-Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 18.02.2020
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