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Dni życia, dni śmierci : ludność żydowska w Radomiu w latach 1918-1950

Author: Sebastian Piątkowski
Publisher: Warszawa : Naczelna Dyrekcja Archiwów Państwowych, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : PolishView all editions and formats
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Pt. 1 (p. 21-150) deals with Jewish life in Radom in the interwar period. In 1931 there were ca. 25,000 Jews in the town, about 30% of the population. Pp. 143-150 relate to antisemitism in this period. Pt. 2 (p. 151-252) deals with the Holocaust period and the anti-Jewish measures of the Nazis. In 1939 Radom became part of the General Government. Describes life in the two ghettos founded in April 1941, and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Piątkowski, Sebastian.
Dni życia, dni śmierci.
Warszawa : Naczelna Dyrekcja Archiwów Państwowych, 2006
(OCoLC)608407169
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sebastian Piątkowski
ISBN: 838911531X 9788389115317
OCLC Number: 176630823
Language Note: Summary in English.
Description: 309 pages ; 25 cm
Other Titles: Ludność żydowska w Radomiu w latach 1918-1950
Responsibility: Sebastian Piątkowski.

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Pt. 1 (p. 21-150) deals with Jewish life in Radom in the interwar period. In 1931 there were ca. 25,000 Jews in the town, about 30% of the population. Pp. 143-150 relate to antisemitism in this period. Pt. 2 (p. 151-252) deals with the Holocaust period and the anti-Jewish measures of the Nazis. In 1939 Radom became part of the General Government. Describes life in the two ghettos founded in April 1941, and the activities of the Judenrat. The liquidation of the ghettos began in August 1942. Ca. 18,000 Jews were deported to Treblinka. Ca. 3,000 remained in the town to work in the labor camps. Pt. 3 (p. 253-278) deals with the period between 1945-50. In 1945 there were ca. 400 Jews living in Radom. Violent antisemitic incidents in the town (four Jews were killed there in August 1945 by Poles) and the pogrom in Kielce in 1946 caused most of the Jews to leave Poland.

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