The Soviet Government and the Jews 1948-1967

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CUP Archive, 2008 - Antisemitism
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Contents

Government ideology and the Jews
11
Tables
24
Jewish scientific workers scientists and academics
33
Soviet definition of the Jewish people 1952 PH
34
Tokarevs new definition 1964
35
Dzhunusovs view 1966
37
An unofficial voice November 1953
38
Erenburgs conception ofjewish consciousness 1948
39
The Zionist movement and imperialism
250
Soviet reaction to the SixDay War June 1967
253
Jewish culture in the Soviet Union
259
Yiddish books in the USSR 194667
264
Jewish plays in the USSR and their performances 19489
274
Jewish folklore of World War II 1948
286
Korneichuk criticises Yiddish writers at the 2nd Congress ofUkrainian Writers December 1948
288
Salsberg discusses the Jewish cultural scene with Soviet leaders August 1955
289

Erenburg on being a Jew
42
Aron Vergelis 1961
45
Grossman on Jewish suffering
46
Vyshinsky at the United Nations 1953
54
Interview with Ekaterina Furtseva 1956
58
Arsenyevs letter 1956
59
Serge Groussards interview with Khrushchev 1958
61
Vilners meeting with the Soviet Deputy Minister ofCulture1958
63
press conference at UN
65
statement on rumoured exiling ofjews to Birobidzhan
66
F Kozlov on Jews during visit to United States 1959
67
N S Khrushchev answers question on the Jews in the Soviet Union 1959
70
Khrushchev on Jewish emigration to Israel 1960
71
N S Khrushchevs reply to B Russell 1963
72
Khrushchev denies Russian antiSemitism at a meeting of Party and government leaders with writers and artists 1963
74
Kosygins speech in Riga 1965
77
Kosygins press conference in New York 1967
78
AntiSemitism in the Soviet Union
83
Milovan Djilas on Stalinist antiSemitism 1952
103
Evtushenkos memoirs of the Stalin era 1963
104
Khrushchev on Stalin
107
Khrushchev on the Polish leadership 194851
108
Public attacks on antiSemitism
111
Pravda warns against antiSemitism 1965
113
On the roots of ethnic prejudice 1966
114
Markovs reply to Evtushenko
118
Starikov attacks Evtushenko
119
Erenburg disassociates himself from Starikov
123
Kuznetsovs Babi Yar
125
Gavruttosaccount 1965
127
Gromovas account
128
areplytoGromova
129
Kogans own account
130
On the embezzlement of state property February 1953
133
A literary imposter 1958
135
The Malakhovka leaflets 1959
139
A Soviet comment on the Malakhovka incident 1959
140
the evils ofjudaism 1960
141
a Western report
142
a Soviet reply
144
The campaigns against Jewish nationalism
147
Loytsker attacks Jewish nationalism 1948
165
Ukrainian writer criticises DershUr n February 1949
172
Cosmopolitanism and Jewish nationalism in the Ukraine March 1949
173
Jewish bourgeois nationalism and Ukrainian nationalism March 1949
174
Aleksandr Isbakh as Zionist and cosmopolitan 1949
176
Antokolsky as Zionist and bourgeois nationalist March 1949
178
Rooting out bourgeois nationalists and Zionists February 1953 I79 64 Kharats attacked for nationalism 1960
179
Leon Feuchtwanger Joseph us Flavius and cosmopolitanism 1948
181
The antipatriotic theatre critics condemned 1949
183
The Ukrainian Writers Board attacks cosmopolitans March 1949
185
An attack oncosmopolitanwriters 1951
189
Cosmopolitanism and the Doctors Plot
190
Jews on trial in the Soviet Union
193
Number of economic trials involving Jewish defendants
203
Erenburg denies Soviet persecution ofjews
209
Reply to enquiry of Markishs wife 26 November 1953
210
Rehabilitationfor lack of evidence
211
The purge of the writers
214
Howard Fast answers Boris Polevoi 1957
217
Kozlovs warning as a prelude to the Doctors Plot January 1953
218
Official announcement of the Doctors Plot
219
Official announcement of the doctors release
220
Erenburg describes the effects of the doctors affair
221
Speculation in Kiev 1948
222
Authorisation to released prisoner the amnesty of 1953
223
Profiteering in a synagogue 1962
224
Trial of Pechersky Dynkinand Kaganov I
225
Trial of Pechersky Dynkinand Kaganov II
226
The Soviet regime and Zionism
229
Lutsky on Zionism as a weapon of imperialism in the Middle East March 1949
245
Zionist delegation at the Moscow Youth Festival 1957
248
First Soviet announcement of Markishs death and rehabilitation December 1955
290
First Soviet announcement of David Hofshteyns death and rehabilitation August 1956
293
The rehabilitation of Fefer May 1956
295
Soviet artists mourn the death of Mikhoels January 1948
296
Markishs tribute to Mikhoels
297
Erenburgs reaction to Mikhoelss death 1965
300
Financial support is withdrawn from the State Yiddish Theatre March 1948
301
a letter to the Chairman of the Leningrad City Executive Committee 1957
303
announcement of projected publication 1957
304
A Yiddish song recital in Moscow 1964
306
The Jewish religion in the Soviet Union
308
Chief Rabbi Shlifers address at the Zagorsk Conference May 1952
321
Soviet rabbis against nuclear war 1955
322
Jewish religious leaders condemn the Sinai campaign 1956
323
Georgian Jews condemn the Sinai campaign 1956
324
the administrative section of the Leningrad City Militia 1954
325
Certificate of synagogue registration 1054
326
Rejection of a complaint from Pechersky 1956
328
From a lecture to antireligious propagandists 1957 32g 128 Measures against synagogues 1959
329
Soviet rejoinderon synagogue closure 1959
330
Preparing antireligious propagandists 1959
331
Chernovtsy synagogue charged with being Zionist centre 1960
334
Kychkos description of Judaism 1963
336
Party criticism of Kychkos book 1964
339
Survivors of the Hasidic movement in the Soviet Union
340
Jews in Soviet government
341
National composition of the Communist Party 19615
343
Jews in the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 193774
351
Jewish ministers and deputy ministers in the government of
358
Shift in Jewish ministers 1950
364
Podgorny attacks Kaganovich as a member of the AntiParty Group1961
365
General Kreizers career 1962
366
Obituary of Vannikov 1962
367
Posthumous tribute to Lozovsky 1963
368
Dymshitss career 1966
369
The Jewish Autonomous Region of Birobidzhan
370
Fefer replies to Lestchinsky on Birobidzhan 1948
376
Birobidzhan after the war 1948
378
American journalist visits Birobidzhan 1954
379
Birobidzhana Soviet view 1958
381
Survey on religious faith among Birobidzhan Jews 1967
383
Jews in Soviet literature
387
Jewish sufferings in World War I 1955
408
a sinister portrait ofJews in the Ukraine 1963
410
rescue ofajewish woman during World War II 1948
412
return to Kiev after the war 1952
416
grassroots antiSemitism 1957
418
The Holocaust and Jewish resistance as reflected in Soviet
421
J ewish partisans in the struggle against Fascism 1948
429
Heroism in the Kaunas ghetto 1958
430
Partisans in Lithuania 1962
431
Commemoration of the Warsaw ghetto uprising 1963
432
Diary from the Vilnius ghetto 1965
433
The BabiYar massacre 1966
435
Demand for monument in BabiYar 1959 I
436
Demand for monument in BabiYar 1959 II
437
Report on Eichmanns capture 1960
438
The Oriental Jews of the Soviet Union
441
a Soviet characterisation 1958
455
Beria and the Georgian Jews 1955
456
Research on the Mountain Jews 1950
458
tradition and change 1960
459
National fervour among the Mountain Jews 1969
460
Need for synagogue for Tat Jews denied 1960
462
Letter of Dagestan Jews to the AVo York Herald Tribune ig6i
463
a Soviet characterisation 1958
465
Research on the Krymchaks 1974
466
Notes
470
Glossary
569
Index
587
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