Vienna and its Jews: the tragedy of success, 1880s-1980s

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Abt Books, 1988 - History - 422 pages
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Traces the history of the Jewish community in Vienna, assesses the extent of Austrian anti-Semitism, and explains why the Jews were so fond of pre-World War I Vienna

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Vienna and its Jews: the tragedy of success

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This engaging and readable history examines the paradoxical Jewish love affair with a city whose populace has shown itself to be passionately anti-Semitic. Relying heavily on previously published ... Read full review

Contents

A Troubled Triumph
27
The Attack Begins
61
Part IVThe Vienna of Herzl and Hitler
101
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