The Jews are Coming Back: The Return of the Jews to Their Countries of Origin After WW II

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David Bankier
Berghahn Books, 2005 - Europe - 320 pages
In 14 papers delivered at or sent to a May 2001 conference in Jerusalem, historians specializing in Jews in various European countries examine the views about the return or prospective return of the Jews to their countries of origin after World War II. Among the countries are France, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland, and Hungary. Places and names are
 

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Contents

From a Social
25
The Return of Jews in the Nationality or in the Territory
58
The Reintegration of Jewish Survivors into Belgian Society
72
The Return and Reception of Dutch
108
Dutch Jewry after the Holocaust
136
Italy 19451947
169
The Reconstruction of Jewish Communities in the USSR
186
Voices
206
The New Jewish Invasion The Return of the Survivors from
231
Reconstruction Efforts in Hostile SurroundingsSlovaks and Jews
257
The AJDC and
277
Fear of the Jews revenge
293
List of Contributors
312
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David Bankier is Lady Davis Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has been Visiting Lecturer at University College, London, the University of Capetown and the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. He is editor of "The Holocaust: Perpetrators, Witnesses and Bystanders" (1986).

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