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Stalin and the Jews : the red book : the tragedy of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee and the Soviet Jews

Author: Arno Lustiger; Roman Brackman
Publisher: New York : Enigma, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st English language edView all editions and formats
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Arno Lustiger tells the epic story of the Russian Jews and the former Soviet Union for the first times. He begins with the tsars, moves through the upheaval of both 1917 Revolutions, details the Stalin era, and ends with the dissolution of the Soviet empire. This book documents the dramatic fate of the Jews during their emancipation, awakening, disorimination and persecution. The activitles of Jewish organizations
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Lustiger, Arno.
Stalin and the Jews.
New York : Enigma, ©2003
(OCoLC)606950331
Online version:
Lustiger, Arno.
Stalin and the Jews.
New York : Enigma, ©2003
(OCoLC)607792135
Named Person: Joseph Stalin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arno Lustiger; Roman Brackman
ISBN: 1929631103 9781929631100
OCLC Number: 52414925
Description: xxviii, 447 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. History of the Russian Jews. The Jews under the Tsars --
The Jewish parties --
Jews in Russian politics before the October Revolution --
From the February Revolution to the October Revolution --
pt. 2. Janus-faced liberation: The Jewish ascent after the October Revolution. The Jews in Revolution and Civil War --
The Jewish Commissariat Yevkom and the Jewish Party Section Yevsektsiia --
Jewish life under the dictatorship --
Pseudo-Zion --
Under Stalin's Reign of Terror --
pt. 3. Prehistory and foundation of the JAFC. Anti-Fascism, Soviet Patriotism and disguised anti-semitism on the eve of World War II --
Henryk Erlich and Viktor Alter and the creation of a Jewish anti-Hitler committee --
Early Jewish anti-Hitler initiatives and the founding of the JAFC --
Strategy of silence, the Holocaust in the Soviet informationand propaganda policies --
pt. 4. JAFC activities inside and outside the Soviet Union. The JAFC and Soviet war propaganda --
The organ of the JAFC, the Yiddish newspaper Unification (Eynikeyt) --
The JAFC in America, fundraising and "treacherous" contacts --
Anti-semitism reappears in the Soviet Union and its effect on the JAFC --
Jewish "heroes of the Soviet Union," Jewish war heroes, JAFC members and their part in the victory over Germany --
The war on the invisible front --
The Crimea under German rule --
pt. 5. The fate of the JAFC after the War. The history of the Black Book --
Assisting in the birth of Israel and worsening of anti-Zionism --
Barrage of the experts, the JAFC in the investigators' sights --
The attempt to decapitate Soviet Judaism, the murder of Solomon Mikhoels --
pt. 6. Open war against the Jews: the last years of Stalin's dictatorship. The campaign against the "rootless cosmopolitans" and the waves of anti-Jewish purges --
The destruction of the last remnants of Jewish culture --
Pursuing the "Zionist conspiracy" --
pt. 7. The trial. The indictment --
The trial --
The sentence --
The rehabilitation of the JAFC --
pt. 8. After the trial. A catastrophe averted, Stalin's last months --
Developments in eastern Europe --
State-sponsored anti-semitism after Stalin --
Reaction of the Jews to state-sponsored anti-semitism --
pt. 9. In the balance: Russian Jews between Hitler and Stalin --
The people. Mensheviks and Bundists --
Zionists --
Social revolutionaries --
Anarchists --
Bolsheviks --
Yevseki and other Jewish Bolsheviks --
Generals of the Red Army --
The precursors of the JAFC --
The president of the JAFC --
The (true) chiefs of the JAFC --
The Americans --
The editors of the Black Book --
The accused --
The other persecuted and victims --
Authors and editors of the Black Book --
Members of the JAFC in May 1945 --
Members of the Presidium of the JAFC in May 1946 --
Murdered Yiddish authors and publishers --
Yiddish authors killed in action as Soviet soldiers --
Yiddish authors repressed --
Hebrew authors murdered --
Jewish generals --
Significant publications about the JAFC --
Archives and journals --
Selected bibliography --
Articles and journals about Soviet Jews.
Other Titles: Rotbuch: Stalin und die Juden.
Responsibility: Arno Lustiger ; introduction by Roman Brackman ; foreword by Yefim Etkind.

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* Comprensive account of the fate of Soviet Jews and the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee * A painful but necessary exploration of one of the twentieth century's great human tragedies * Written  Read more...

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