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Neighbors : the destruction of the Jewish community in Jedwabne, Poland

Auteur: Jan Tomasz Gross
Uitgever: Princeton : Princeton University Press, ©2001.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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One summer day in 1941, half of the Polish town of Jedwabne murdered the other half, 1,600 men, women, and children, all but seven of the town's Jews. Neighbors tells their story. Jan Gross pieces together eyewitness accounts and other evidence into a reconstruction of the horrific July day remembered well by locals but forgotten by history. His investigation reads like a detective story, and its unfolding yields  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: History
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Jan Tomasz Gross
ISBN: 0691086672 9780691086675
OCLC-nummer: 45207895
Opmerkingen: Originally published: Sąsiedzi: historia zagłady żydowskiego miasteczka.
Onderscheidingen: National Book Award Finalist, Nonfiction, 2001
Beschrijving: x, 261 p. : ill., maps ; 20 cm.
Inhoud: Before the War --
Soviet Occupation, 1939-1941 --
The Outbreak of the Russo-German War and the Pogrom in Radzilow --
Preparations --
Who Murdered the Jews of Jedwabne? --
The Murder --
Plunder --
Intimate Biographies --
Anachronism --
What Do People Remember? --
Collective Responsibility --
New Approach to Sources --
Is It Possible to Be Simultaneously a Victim and a Victimizer? --
Collaboration --
Social Support for Stalinism --
For a New Historiography.
Andere titels: Sąsiedzi.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Jan T. Gross.
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