In Enemy Land: The Jews Of Kielce And The Region, 1939 1946
This book offers a study of the Jewish community in Kielce and its environs during World War II and the Holocaust: it is the first of its kind in providing a comprehensive account of Kielce's Jews and their history as victims under the German occupation. The book focuses in particular on Jewish-Polish relations in the Kielce region; the deportation of the Jews of Kielce and its surrounding areas to the Treblinka death camp; the difficulties faced by those attempting to help and save them; and daily life in the Small Ghetto from September 1942 until late May 1943.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Academic Studies Pr
- ISBN-13: 9781618118714
- ISBN: 1618118714
- Publication Year: 2019