Jewish resistance in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe: with a historical survey of the Jew as fighter and soldier in the Diaspora

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Barnes & Noble Books, Aug 1, 1974 - History - 970 pages
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Contents

Antiquity and the Dark Ages
3
The Jews of Spain and Portugal
19
Medieval Europe
37
Copyright

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Reuben Ainsztein was born in Wilno, Poland. After serving as a turret gunner for the RAF during World War II, he worked as a writer and researcher for the BBC and Reuters, specializing in Eastern European affairs. He was the author of two critically acclaimed studies on the Jewish Resistance: Jewish Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Eastern Europe and The Warsaw Ghetto Revolt. Married in 1941 to Pat Kearey, Reuben Ainsztein died in 1981.

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