John A. Frary and M. Kozelsky Madison, , — Anastasakis et al. London, , 92— Kevin Featherstone, et al. Nielsen Boston, , 29— Barkey and M. Reed Athens, Among the publications that appeared in connection to the celebrations was I. Hassiotes, ed. Kitromilides and T. The historiographical essays in a recent issue of Jewish History 28, no. George Th. Molho and R. While offering a seemingly convenient explanation, this interpretation requires further evaluation given that the few thousand Romaniote Jews who had been living in Ioannina for generations spoke Greek exclusively but nonetheless suffered the high mortality rate of 90 percent as a result of the Nazi deportations.
For Ioannina Jews, being assimilated did not improve their fate. My framework is informed by scholarship in modern Greek studies on the development of Greek nationalism and the place of minority populations.
Salient perspectives include: Peter Mackridge and Eleni Yannakakis, eds. Eriksonas and L. Blinkhorn and T. Beaton and D. Ricks Burlington, , 95— Dagas and H. I compiled the figures for from Manolis Kandylakis, Efimeridografia tis Thessalonikis: Simvoli stin Istoria tou Tipou Thessaloniki, , — Busse and M.
Myers and A. Kaye Waltham, , — Sidur Sha'are Tefila Thessaloniki, , — Isaac Jerusalmi, ed.
Articles 49, 50, Aron Rodrigue and Sarah Stein, eds. Braude and B.
Birnbaum and I. Ellis, G. Kastoryano New York, , 36—46; Benjamin C. Fortna Hoboken, , 1— Hassiotis Thessaloniki, , — Tuncay and E. Quataert and E. Diamandouros, T. Dragonas and C. Keyder London, , 11— Braude London, , —, esp. Zacharia Burlington, , — Fallers Sullivan, et al.
Chicago, , — Hassiotis Salonica, , — Rivlin Jerusalem, , 18 Hebrew. Tziovas Burlington, , —; Gougouris, Dream Nation , 74— Ester Matalon: Romanso inedito sovre la vida a Saloniko en los anyos de la gera mondiala Salonica, , 2. Jewish Salonica. Introduction Is Salonica Jewish? Boz del puevlo, boz del sielo. The voice of the people is the voice of the heavens. Figure 0. Source: National Library of Israel. Cadastral document for the New Catalan synagogue.
Issued to the Jewish Community of Salonica in , after the synagogue had been destroyed by the fire of Source: The Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki.
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New York Times , November 10 and December 29, El Tiempo , November 11, Avanti , December 9, and November 3, See weekly reports in Jewish Chronicle , March—April Avanti , April 4, , 1. El Mesajero , April 16, Mazower, Salonica, City of Ghosts , Mazower, Salonica, City of Ghosts , — La Renasensia Djudia , March 11, La Verdad , January 10, La Esperansa , November 28, Yosef Uziel, El Sionismo. Su Orijen i Su Eskopo Salonica, , 1. Clogg, Minorities in Greece , xvii.
El Liberal , November 29, El Puevlo , December 6 and 7, La Verdad , December 1, El Puevlo , September 30, El Puevlo , December 31, ; January 3 and 13, El Puevlo , November 25, La Aksion , January 5, Tangible and intangible culture are used to illustrate the relationships between the many different Jewish communities and their integration with non-Jewish communities throughout historical Poland. Now spanning more than 30 volumes, since the Polin Studies series has gathered essays by academics in a variety of disciplines focused on specific historical topics.
Individual volumes with relevance to Jewish Rohatyn include:. The catalog to a traveling exhibition of the same name and a standalone historical survey, the heavily-illustrated text traces the experiences of Jews on Ukrainian lands from the time of their arrival through the partitions of Poland and up to the start of World War I.
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Highlighting points of contact between Jews and Ukrainians in both cooperation and conflict as well as simple co-existence, the book follows the development of national identity of both groups and their interaction with governments and others. Available as a free pdf on the UJE website linked above.
Excerpts from the diaries of noted playwright, journalist, and ethnographer S. Ansky or An-sky, real name Shloyme Zanvi Rappoport , who was attached to the Russian imperial army in World War I to organize relief for Jewish communities in the war zones. When Russia occupied portions of Austrian Galicia, including Rohatyn, Ansky worked to provide shelter, food, and encouragement to displaced and homeless Jews.
The detail and horror in his daily record are astounding. A re-examination of the history of the region comprising what is modern-day Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and the Baltic states, from the s thru WWII, in particular the political and military actions which caused tens of millions to die during the period. Includes specific focus on actions and reactions in what is now western Ukraine.
An exploration of the German and Soviet ideas and politics which enabled the Nazi Holocaust, including a history of the motivations and methods which drove the killing of over a million Jews in pits and ravines before the gas chambers became operational. Based on research and interviews with Jewish, Ukrainian, and Polish residents and former residents of pre-war and wartime Berezhany near Rohatyn, historian and Jewish survivor Redlich assembles a personal and local history of his boyhood town from multiple perspectives and with multiple voices.
A landmark historical analysis and a step toward less-hardened memories and reconciliation.
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Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, —; Vol. A work in progress by the USHMM, this series has already produced an important volume on the Holocaust as it developed in Rohatyn and the surrounding area through the German-created Jewish ghetto system and local killing fields in east-central Europe. Volume II includes a detailed overview of the system and progress, followed by articles on every ghetto including Rohatyn and more than 50 other ghettos in the Distrikt Galitzien former eastern Galicia. See also our summary of Encyclopedia Volume II. A study of the complex and multi-faceted nature of the Holocaust as it developed and unfolded in eastern primarily Baltic, Polish, Ukrainian and Russian Europe.
Using a deep reading of archival records, letters, and other fragmentary materials, the text spans pre-war eastern-European Jewish life through early and post-war Soviet occupation and influence, concentrating on the Nazi occupation years. The study is at once chronological, analytical, and thematic in its perspectives, considering perpetrators, collaborators, resisters, and rescuers. Through archival research, ballistic evidence, and new local eyewitness testimonies, sites of Nazi-led mass executions throughout Ukraine are revealed and documented, providing precision and a new understanding of the process of the Shoah east of the death camps.
By the head of Yahad-In Unum. Based on research by Desbois and his Yahad-In Unum team, the book details all of the common participants in the killing process, from the soldiers who fired the guns to the cart drivers and cooks who supported the work.
Although the geographic range of the analysis is wide, the study is directly applicable to the aktions in wartime Rohatyn. Includes studies by the editors and by other specialist historians, cartographers, and scientists. Sixteen essays by scholars and survivors of the Holocaust about Jewish life in forced housing in the ghettos of Europe and elsewhere during World War II.
Includes all aspects of life, from the proclamations which created the ghettos to daily hunger and even boredom. One chapter features the wartime autobiographical notes of a Rohatyn ghetto survivor. Covers all aspects of the camp construction, management, killing process, and its liquidation and masking. Importantly, the text includes careful discussion of the gaps in available data and how researchers are gradually bridging those gaps, even today. The book includes material originally gathered under the direction of Soviet journalists Ilya Ehrenburg and Vasily Grossman , portions of which were separately published in English in the US in And thus was born a legend which has never entirely perished.
The phrase was to Ludendorff's liking, and he let it be known among the general staff that this was the "official" version, which led to it being disseminated throughout German society. It was picked up by right-wing political factions, and was even used by Kaiser Wilhelm II in the memoirs he wrote in the s.
However, even the SPD furthered the myth when the party leader, Friedrich Ebert , told troops returning to Berlin that "No enemy has overcome you. William Shirer writes that "Ludendorff made use of the reviews to convince Hindenburg" about the validity of the myth. In a hearing before the Committee on Inquiry of the National Assembly on November 18, , a year after the war's end, Hindenburg declared, "As an English general has very truly said, the German Army was 'stabbed in the back'.
Roth's work claimed that most Jews involved in the war were only taking part as profiteers and spies, while he also blamed Jewish officers for fostering a defeatist mentality which impacted negatively on their soldiers. As such, the book offered one of the earliest published versions of the stab-in-the-back legend. Maurice later disavowed having used the term himself.
Richard Steigmann-Gall says that the stab-in-the-back legend traces back to a sermon preached on February 3, , by Protestant Court Chaplain Bruno Doehring , nine months before the war had even ended. As long as the front holds, we damned well have the duty to hold out in the homeland.
We would have to be ashamed of ourselves in front of our children and grandchildren if we attacked the battle front from the rear and gave it a dagger-stab. Charges of a Jewish conspiratorial element in Germany's defeat drew heavily upon figures like Kurt Eisner , a Berlin-born German Jew who lived in Munich. He had written about the illegal nature of the war from onward, and he also had a large hand in the Munich revolution until he was assassinated in February The Weimar Republic under Friedrich Ebert violently suppressed workers' uprisings with the help of Gustav Noske and Reichswehr General Groener , and tolerated the paramilitary Freikorps forming all across Germany.
In spite of such tolerance, the Republic's legitimacy was constantly attacked with claims such as the stab-in-the-back.
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