Židovská menšina za druhé republiky [The Jewish Minority during the Second Republic of Czechoslovakia]

This collection of papers follows on from the previous two collections: The Jewish Minority in Czechoslovakia in the 1920s and The Jewish Minority in Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. This edition deals with various aspects of the life of Jews during the brief but turbulent period known as the Second Czechoslovak Republic (October 1938 – 15 March 1939). The authors of the papers are among the leading specialists on the given topics: Blanka Soukupová, co-editor of the collection, focuses on the attitudes of assimilated Czech Jews towards the increasingly frequent manifestations of anti-Semitism, Michal Frank deals with the problem of Jewish refugees, Jaroslav Šebek describes the manifestations of anti-Semitism in the Catholic milieu, Peter Salner and Valerián Bystrický analyse the situation in Slovakia, and Yeshayahu Jelinek looks at the situation of Sub-Carpathian Ruthenian Jews. The collection concludes with an exploration of the life of the Jewish minority in a small town which ended up outside the territory of Czechoslovakia following the annexation of the borderland. Edited by Miloš Pojar, Blanka Soukupová and Marie Zahradníková.

Jewish Museum in Prague, 2007
Miloš Pojar, Blanka Soukupová, Marie Zahradníková
ISBN 978-80-86889-52-8
paperback book, 183 pp., 21 x 15 cm, Czech

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