Židovská menšina v Československu po druhé světové válce [The Jewish Minority in Czechoslovakia after the Second World War]

A collection of papers focusing on hitherto little-known topics relating to Jewish history in Czechoslovakia after the Second World War. The papers are from a lecture series given at the Jewish Museum's Education and Culture Centre in Prague in 2008. Their aim is to show what future strategies and modes of life were chosen by the Jewish minority whose surviving members had been deprived of their homes, health and property and had to deal with the problem of deep discontinuities in their life experiences. Considering that historical debate and specialist literature on this topic have to date been very limited, this collection of papers is an important and interesting contribution that adds to the mosaic of understanding with regard to the fate of Czech and Slovak Jews in the 20th century. It was put together by Miroslava Ludvíková, Blanka Soukupová and Peter Salner. In Czech, 179 pp., 8 pages of black-and-white illustrations. ISBN 978-80-86889-90-0 Jan Rataj: The Postwar Development and Eastern Geopolitical Division of Czechoslovakia: from Socialist Democracy to Dictatorship Radka Čermáková: Postwar Czechoslovakia: A Restored State in Central Europe Helena Nosková: Ethnic Minorities and the Border Regions in the Process of So-called Sovietization Blanka Soukupová: The Jews and Jewish Representation in the Czech Lands, 1945–1948 (Between the Regime, Jewishness and Judaism) Blanka Soukupová: Models of Life for Czech Jews after the Shoah Hedvika Novotná: The Jews Remember the Postwar Years Peter Salner: The Jewish Community in Slovakia, 1945–1953 Monika Vrzgulová: The Jews in Slovakia after 1945: Ideas and Reality. The Case of the Hidden Children Kelly Iggers: Cultivating New Roots (and Caring For Old Roots): The Postwar Fate of Jewish Emigrants from Czechoslovakia in Canada Wilma Iggers: Recollections of the First Emigration to Canada

Jewish Museum in Prague, 2009
Blanka Soukupová, Peter Salner, Miroslava Ludvíková
ISBN 978-80-86889-90-0
paperback book, 179 pp., 21 x 15 cm, Czech

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