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Changing of the guard within and beyond the Trianon border : two case studies: Hódmezövásárhely and Szabadka, 1938-1944

Author: Linda Margittai; International Institute for Holocaust Research.
Publisher: Jerusalem : Yad Vashem, International Institute for Holocaust Research, 2014.
Series: Holocaust in Hungary, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Examines the implementation of anti-Jewish laws by the Hungarian government in 1938-44, and other forms of social exclusion of Jews in this period, in two mid-size, predominantly agrarian towns: Hódmezővásárhely, which lay within Trianon Hungary, and Serbian Subotica (Szabadka), annexed by Hungary in 1941 as part of the new Southern Province, Délvidék. Shows that the anti-Jewish laws - increasingly limiting  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Margittai; International Institute for Holocaust Research.
ISBN: 9789653084674 9653084674
OCLC Number: 899217115
Description: 147 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Hungarian anti-Jewish legaislation and ist historical context --
The Jewry of Hodmezovasarhely and Szabadka before the anti-Jewish laws --
"Changing of the Guard" in the civil service and liberal proressions --
The Aryanization of industry and commerce --
The Aryanization of agriculture --
Deprivation of political rights --
Jewish labor service --
The climate of social exclusion, hate and greed: anti-Jewish laws and civil society --
The race protection law --
The impact of the discriminative laws on the Jewish communities --
Epilogue --
Appendices --
Bibliogaphy.
Series Title: Holocaust in Hungary, 1.
Other Titles: Holocaust in Hungary
Responsibility: Linda Margittai.

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Examines the implementation of anti-Jewish laws by the Hungarian government in 1938-44, and other forms of social exclusion of Jews in this period, in two mid-size, predominantly agrarian towns: Hódmezővásárhely, which lay within Trianon Hungary, and Serbian Subotica (Szabadka), annexed by Hungary in 1941 as part of the new Southern Province, Délvidék. Shows that the anti-Jewish laws - increasingly limiting the percentage of Jews in professions, trade, industry, administration, and landholding - led to the collapse of normal life in these towns, and hence they were not implemented totally. For example, Jewish physicians were prohibited from practicing at the same time that many Hungarian doctors were drafted into the army, and Hungarians in Délvidék were more interested in taking on administrative positions in the new province than they were in the "opportunities" that were open to them after the Aryanization of Jewish trade and industry. Notes the difference between the implementation of anti-Jewish policies within the Trianon border and beyond it. If in Hódmezővásárhely the main motives behind the laws were racial, in Szabadka the Jews were regarded as a pro-Serbian and anti-Hungarian force, and the measures against them went hand-in-hand with the measures against the Serbs; however, considerations of economic rationality were taken into account here in greater degree than in Trianon Hungary. The ghettoization and deportations of Jews in April-June 1944 put an end to the Jewish communities in both towns.

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