Oorlog en Joden : een kreet om recht voor het immer vervolgde volk (Book, 1946) [WorldCat.org]
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Oorlog en Joden : een kreet om recht voor het immer vervolgde volk

Author: Leo Meyers
Publisher: Amsterdam : Joachimsthal's Boekhandel, Uitgevers- en Drukkerijbedrijf N.V., 1946.
Edition/Format:   Print book : DutchView all editions and formats
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An account written by Meyers in 1944 after his return from hiding for three years with his wife and daughter. He wrote this book in order to clarify the reasons for the persecution of Jews throughout history. Reasons mentioned are the fact that Jews were always different. The internment of Jews in ghettos, the laws that forced Jews to have independent professions, caused the population to envy and persecute them.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leo Meyers
OCLC Number: 38779465
Description: 102 pages ; 20 cm
Responsibility: Leo Meyers.

Abstract:

An account written by Meyers in 1944 after his return from hiding for three years with his wife and daughter. He wrote this book in order to clarify the reasons for the persecution of Jews throughout history. Reasons mentioned are the fact that Jews were always different. The internment of Jews in ghettos, the laws that forced Jews to have independent professions, caused the population to envy and persecute them. The history of Christianity shows a bloody trail of persecution, disenfranchisement, and deportations. Neither converted nor assimilated Jews escaped antisemitism. The Jewish problem can be solved by creating an autonomous Jewish state in Palestine and acceptance of all people regardless of religion or race.

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