Antisemitism through the ages

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Published for the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, by Pergamon Press, 1988 - History - 419 pages
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Is there a common denominator to be found between the Jew-hatred of antiquity and the antisemitism of modern times? Is antisemitism essentially constant and timeless or has it changed over the centuries? This book presents a collection of essays addressing these questions throughout the totality of Jewish history: in antiquity and in the Middle Ages, in the Christian world and in the Muslim countries, and particularly in the twentieth century. It examines and assesses not only the various forms and manifestations of antisemitism in history but also the diverse interpretations which have been placed upon it by contemporaries and historians.

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