The Tragedy of Romanian Jewry [Rumanian].  
  [SERIES]: East European monographs - No. 404, Holocaust studies series [Social Science Monographs - SSM].  

Author Braham, Randolph [Ed.] / Fischer-Galati, Stephen; Ancel, Jean; Florian, R.; Ioanid, Radu; Eskenazy, Victor; Florian, A.; Rotman, L.; et al.
Place of Publication [New York]
Publication Name The Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center / The City University of New York and Social Science Monographs / Boulder
Year 1994
Language(s) English
RARE collection of studies on the tragedy that befell Romanian Jewry during World War II by the leading scholars of the Holocaust. [CONTENTS]: Stephen Fischer-Galati - The Legacy of Anti-Semitism / Raphael Vago - Romanian Jewry During the Interwar Period / Jean Ancel - German-Romanian Relations During the Second World War / Radu Florian - The Antonescu Regime: History and Mystification / Radu Ioanid - The Antonescu Era / Victor Eskenasy - The Holocaust and Romanian Historiography: Communist and Neo-Communist Revisionism / Alexandru Florian - Treatment of the Holocaust in Romanian textbooks / Liviu Rotman - Romanian Jewry: the First Decade After the Holocaust / Michael Shafir - Anti-semitism in the Postcommunist Era. 235x155mm. XIV+388 pages. Dark grey cloth Hardcover with dust-jacket. Gilt lettering on spine. Jacket corners and spine upper edge wrinkled. Cover corners rubbed. Spine edges bumped/wrinkled. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare collection of papers on a controversial and one of the most neglected chapters in the history of the Holocaust, written by eminent authorities in the field, is otherwise in very good condition.
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