Delayed Impact: The Holocaust and the Canadian Jewish Community

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Aug 10, 2000 - History - 327 pages
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In Delayed Impact Franklin Bialystok explores the evolution of the legacy of the Holocaust in the collective memory of the post-war Canadian Jewish community. He seeks to understand why the Holocaust's effect was relatively muted up to 1960, moved to the forefront with the rise of antisemitism in the 1960s, and became a prominent concern and marker for Jewish ethnic identity after 1973.

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Franklin Bialystok is a seasonal lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Toronto and York University.

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