Philo-Semitic and Anti-Jewish Attitudes in Post-Holocaust Poland
This study examines the roots and the mechanism of the political role of anti-Zionism and philo-Semitism in past and present Polish life, analyzes the history of Jewish\Polish coexistence, and discusses the Jewish contribution to Polish letters, arts and economy.
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