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A Heves megyei zsidóság története : a XVIII. századtól a Holocaustig

Author: Ágnes Orbánné Szegő
Publisher: Tiszafüred : Tiszafüredi Menóra Alapítvány, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : HungarianView all editions and formats
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Focuses on the role of Jews in the economy of the county. Gives a summary of local reactions to the Tiszaeszlár blood libel in the 1880s and to the antisemitism of the Horthy regime in 1920 (incitement in the first, pogrom in the second case). Deals with the consequences of the Numerus Clausus Law on the Jews, and their sacrifices to send their sons abroad to study. Describes the antisemitism of the 1930s, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Orbánné Szegő, Ágnes.
Heves megyei zsidóság története.
Tiszafüred : Tiszafüredi Menóra Alapítvány, 2001
(OCoLC)607482180
Online version:
Orbánné Szegő, Ágnes.
Heves megyei zsidóság története.
Tiszafüred : Tiszafüredi Menóra Alapítvány, 2001
(OCoLC)609224042
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ágnes Orbánné Szegő
ISBN: 9630068087 9789630068086
OCLC Number: 48460417
Language Note: Summary in English.
Description: 259 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Orbánné Szegő Ágnes.

Abstract:

Focuses on the role of Jews in the economy of the county. Gives a summary of local reactions to the Tiszaeszlár blood libel in the 1880s and to the antisemitism of the Horthy regime in 1920 (incitement in the first, pogrom in the second case). Deals with the consequences of the Numerus Clausus Law on the Jews, and their sacrifices to send their sons abroad to study. Describes the antisemitism of the 1930s, the anti-Jewish laws and their effects. In Gyöngyös alone, Szálasi's Arrow Cross numbered about 400 members. Pp. 206-227 deal with the Holocaust period. In 1941, there were more than 7,000 Jews in Heves - in 1949, only 868.

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