Dark Times, Dire Decisions: Jews and Communism by Jonathan Frankel

Dark Times, Dire Decisions: Jews and Communism

EditorJonathan Frankel

Hardcover | May 18, 2005

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The newest volume of the annual Studies in Contemporary Jewry series features essays on the varied and often controversial ways Communism and Jewish history interacted during the 20th century. The volume's contents examine the relationship between Jews and the Communist movement in Poland,Russia, America, Britain, France, the Islamic world, and Germany.

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The Studies in Contemporary Jewry series is edited by Jonathan Frankel, Eli Lederhendler, Peter Y. Medding, and Ezra Mendelsohn, who teach Jewish history, society, and politics at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Jonathan Frankel, the editor of Volume XX, is the Tamara and Saveli Grinberg Professor Emeritus of Russian Studies and P...
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Title:Dark Times, Dire Decisions: Jews and CommunismFormat:HardcoverDimensions:410 pages, 6.3 × 9.29 × 1.5 inPublished:May 18, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195182243

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"A welcome addition to the literature on contemporary Jewry. The series serves the needs of the intelligent layman as well as the scholar and The Hebrew University's Institute of Contemporary Jewry, which sponsors the project, can be proud of its achievement." --The Jerusalem Post