L'envers du destin : entretiens avec Georges Elia Sarfati (Book, 1989) [WorldCat.org]
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L'envers du destin : entretiens avec Georges Elia Sarfati

Author: Léon Poliakov; Georges Elia Sarfati
Publisher: Paris : Editions de Fallois, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : FrenchView all editions and formats
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An interview with Poliakov, describing his life and writings. Discusses, also, antisemitism in European history, culminating in the Holocaust. Deals with the tradition of Christian antisemitism, Enlightenment antisemitism, and modern-day antisemitism and anti-Zionism in Europe and in Arab countries. Outlines historical revisionism in Europe - negation of the Holocaust in France, and its banalization in Germany.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Interviews
Biography
Entretiens
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Poliakov, Léon, 1910-
Envers du destin.
Paris : Editions de Fallois, ©1989
(OCoLC)645467919
Named Person: Léon Poliakov; Léon Poliakov; Léon Poliakov; Léon Poliakov; Léon Poliakov
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Léon Poliakov; Georges Elia Sarfati
ISBN: 2877060454 9782877060455
OCLC Number: 21949465
Description: 297 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Léon Poliakov.

Abstract:

An interview with Poliakov, describing his life and writings. Discusses, also, antisemitism in European history, culminating in the Holocaust. Deals with the tradition of Christian antisemitism, Enlightenment antisemitism, and modern-day antisemitism and anti-Zionism in Europe and in Arab countries. Outlines historical revisionism in Europe - negation of the Holocaust in France, and its banalization in Germany. Considers the last as the more dangerous. Underlines the persistence of antisemitism in its various phases in postwar Europe in connection with the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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