Propaganda and nationalism in wartime Russia: the Jewish Antifascist Committee in the USSR, 1941-1948
The book examines the relationship between the Soviet Union and the Jews during what was a fateful period for both: the Second World War. Essentially it traces Jewish responses to Soviet propaganda within the context of Soviet policies and Jewish nationalism.
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SOVIET WAR PROPAGANDA
THE ERLICHALTER AFFAIR
THE JEWISH ANTIFASCIST COMMITTEE
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