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Anti-Semitism before the Holocaust

1st Edition

By Albert S. Lindemann

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168 pages

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An important new study on a complex and highly controversial topic. Albert Lindemann provides a clear and balanced guide to anti-Semitism from ancient times right through to the twentieth-century inter-war period and the Nazi Holocaust. He looks at all countries where anti-Semitism manifested itself at different times and in different ways xxx; in Russia, the US, Poland, England, Germany, South Africa, and Holland. Throughout he asks difficult and unfamiliar questions to challenge long held and misguided beliefs. An important new study which fills a gap in current literature.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
HIS000000
HISTORY / General
SOC049000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Jewish Studies