Greek Jewry in the 20th Century, 1913-1983 : Patterns of Jewish Survival in the Greek Provinces Before and After the Holocaust

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This book examines the events among Greek Jewry prior to and during the Second World War, and then ventures into a neglected scholarly area of recent history - the post-Holocaust years as experienced by the Jews living in the small Jewish communities in the Greek provinces. Including untapped archival documents, as well as oral histories and photographs from his fieldwork in Greece, author Joshua Eli Plaut focuses on individuals, their stories and struggles, to describe how the smaller Jewish communities adjusted...
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Overview

This book examines the events among Greek Jewry prior to and during the Second World War, and then ventures into a neglected scholarly area of recent history - the post-Holocaust years as experienced by the Jews living in the small Jewish communities in the Greek provinces. Including untapped archival documents, as well as oral histories and photographs from his fieldwork in Greece, author Joshua Eli Plaut focuses on individuals, their stories and struggles, to describe how the smaller Jewish communities adjusted to the new realities imposed on them by the Holocaust.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780838639115
  • Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2000
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface 9
Acknowledgments 11
Map of Greek-Jewish Communities 13
Introduction 17
1 The Sephardi and Romaniot Communities of Greece in the Early Twentieth Century 22
2 The Jewish Community's Response to Economic and Cultural Restrictions in Greek Society, 1913-1935 30
3 The Destruction and Rehabilitation of the Greek-Jewish communities, 1936-1955 51
4 Individual and Communal Jewish Life in the Greek Provinces, 1956-1983 93
5 The Shaping of Greek-Jewish Identity over Three Generations and Principles of Small-Town Community Survival and Disintegration 169
Epilogue: An Uncertain Future: Hidden and Haunted at the Close of the Century 179
Appendix 1: The Greek National Constitution 187
Appendix 2: Deportation Testimonies 188
Appendix 3: Relief Committee Records 190
Appendix 4: The Larissa Earthquake 193
Appendix 5: PASOK Literature 194
Notes 196
Bibliography 202
Index 206
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