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by Shmuel Almog,Lyael Maman,Shmuel Ettinger

eBook Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe 1815-1945 (STUDIES IN ANTISEMITISM SERIES) ePub
Author: Shmuel Almog,Lyael Maman,Shmuel Ettinger
Language: English
ISBN: 0080377742
ISBN13: 978-0080377742
Publisher: Pergamon; 1st edition (January 15, 1990)
Pages: 116
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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ISBN-13: 978-0080377742. extremely well-documented.

Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe, 1815-1945. This latest volume in the Studies in Antisemitism Series looks at the interaction between nationalism and antisemitism in post-Napoleonic Europe

Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe, 1815-1945. This latest volume in the Studies in Antisemitism Series looks at the interaction between nationalism and antisemitism in post-Napoleonic Europe. Using a framework of major historical events for the period 1815-1945, Shmuel Almog traces the radicalization of national ideology in these years and its relationship to the rise of political antisemitism.

Antisemitism (also spelled anti-Semitism)-prejudice, hatred of, or discrimination against Jews has experienced a long history of expression since the days of ancient civilizations, with most of it having originated in the Christian and pre-Christian.

Antisemitism (also spelled anti-Semitism)-prejudice, hatred of, or discrimination against Jews has experienced a long history of expression since the days of ancient civilizations, with most of it having originated in the Christian and pre-Christian civilizations of Europe

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Start by marking Nationalism & Antisemitism In Modern Europe, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. post-Napoleonic Europe, the author examines romantic nationalism and the Jews; the revolutions and counter-revolutions in the 19th century; political anti-Semitism in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russia, Romania, and France; the rise of Jewish nationalism; World War I and its aftermath; the interwar period leading to the rise of Hitler; and World War II and the Holocaust.

Almog, Shmuel; Maman, Lyael Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe .

Almog, Shmuel; Maman, Lyael Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe 1815-1945 (STUDIES IN ANTISEMITISM SERIES). ISBN 13: 9780080377742. Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe 1815-1945 (STUDIES IN ANTISEMITISM SERIES). Almog, Shmuel; Maman, Lyael.

Shmuel Almog, Shmuel Ettinger, Lyael Maman. Examines the interaction between nationalism and anti-Semitism in post-Napoleonic Europe. Using a framework of major historical events, this text traces the radicalization of national ideology and its relationship to the rise of political anti-Semitism, culminating in the Nazi Holocaust.

Translated from the Hebrew by Ralph Mendel. Courses require textbooks, and Nationalism & Antisemitism in Europe 1815-1945, by Shmuel Almog, is the first in a series prepared for use by college students and high school instructors by the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in cooperation with the Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History of the Historical Society of Israel. In his preface, Prof.

Antisemitism - Historical Series. The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, The Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism. Description IN HEBREW. Contains b&w plates.

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This latest volume in the Studies in Antisemitism Series looks at the interaction between nationalism and antisemitism in post-Napoleonic Europe. Using a framework of major historical events for the period 1815-1945, Shmuel Almog traces the radicalization of national ideology in these years and its relationship to the rise of political antisemitism. Nationalism in early nineteenth-century Europe developed originally as a liberal-democratic philosophy in opposition to existing political, social and economic structures. This coincided with a period of increasing integration of the Jewish minority into mainstream European life, particularly in economic spheres. By the 1870s, however, the continued growth of nationalist aspirations, increasingly allied to an imperialist, conservative and militaristic culture, led to a rise in discord between nations and a concomitant increase in the importance of national peculiarities. This was to have a profound effect on the Jewish communities in Europe, with the Jews being viewed as an alien and even dangerous force within the newly-created nation-states. The book argues that growing extremism in nationalist attitudes afforded a suitable ideological and social background for antisemitic activity, as manifested by calls for discriminatory legislation against Jews, the pogroms of Eastern Europe and, ultimately, the Nazi Holocaust. This analysis is substantiated and reinforced by a series of annotated documents and illustrations. This book is a clear account of the development of one of the key elements of antisemitic ideology in this important period of European history.
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