Dark Times, Dire Decisions: Jews and Communism
Oxford University Press, May 19, 2005 - History - 410 pages
The newest volume of the annual Studies in Contemporary Jewry series features essays on the varied and often controversial ways Communism and Jewish history interacted during the 20th century. The volume's contents examine the relationship between Jews and the Communist movement in Poland, Russia, America, Britain, France, the Islamic world, and Germany.
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