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Heilige Gemeinde Neunkirchen : eine jüdische Heimatgeschichte

Author: Gerhard Milchram
Publisher: Wien : Mandelbaum, 2000.
Series: Jüdische Gemeinden, Bd. 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : GermanView all editions and formats
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Traces the history of the Jewish community in Neunkirchen, Austria, between 1860-1939. Pp. 54-69 report on antisemitism in the 19th-early 20th centuries, expressed by the Church, the local newspaper, and the Social Democratic Party. Mentions, also, antisemitic stereotypes and conspiracy theories. Pp. 75-184 discuss the Nazi period, including the Anschluss, Aryanization, emigration, and deportation. Pp. 97-99 contain  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerhard Milchram
ISBN: 3854760310 9783854760313
OCLC Number: 44136476
Language Note: German.
Description: 206 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Jüdische Gemeinden, Bd. 2.
Responsibility: Gerhard Milchram.

Abstract:

Traces the history of the Jewish community in Neunkirchen, Austria, between 1860-1939. Pp. 54-69 report on antisemitism in the 19th-early 20th centuries, expressed by the Church, the local newspaper, and the Social Democratic Party. Mentions, also, antisemitic stereotypes and conspiracy theories. Pp. 75-184 discuss the Nazi period, including the Anschluss, Aryanization, emigration, and deportation. Pp. 97-99 contain a partial list of Holocaust victims. Pp. 109-128 present a biography of the Loewy family. Pp. 129-166 contain interviews held in Israel with six survivors: Herta Feiner Wollnermann, Anton (Naftali) Jaul, Erwin Baer, Clara Blumenfeld Sarkani, Gila Braun Dubresta, and Rosa B. (who chose to remain anonymous). Pp. 167-184 report on two labor camps in Neunkirchen, where 174 Hungarian Jews were interned in summer 1944.

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