Contested memories : Poles and Jews during the Holocaust and its aftermath /

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Other Authors: Zimmerman, Joshua D.
Format: Book
Published: New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press, c2003.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Changing perceptions in the historiography of Polish-Jewish relations during the Second World War / Joshua D. Zimmerman
  • PART I. The prewar legacy:
  • Emigration versus emigrationsim: Zionism in Poland and the terrtorialist projects of the Polish authorities, 1936-1939 / Emanuel Melzer
  • Lwów, 1918: the transmutation of a symbol and its legacy in the Holocaust / David Engel
  • PART II. The widening gap, 1939-1941:
  • Psychological distance between Poles and Jews in Nazi-occupied Warsaw / Barbara Engelking-Boni
  • Polish Jews under Soviet occupation, 1939-1941: specific strategies of survival / Andrzej Żbikowski
  • Facing Hitler and Stalin: on the subject of Jewish "collaboration" in Soviet-occupied Eastern Poland, 1939-1941 / Ben Cion Pinchuk
  • Jews and their Polish neighbors: the case of Jedwabne in the summer of 1941 / Jan T. Gross
  • PART III. Institutional Polish responses to the Final Solution:
  • Polish government-in-exile and the Final Solution: what conditioned its actions and inactions? / Dariusz Stola
  • Attitude of the Polish underground to the Jewish question during the Second World War / Shmuel Krakowski
  • Polish Catholics and the Jews during the Holocaust: heroism, timidity, and collaboration / John T. Pawlikowski
  • PART IV. Poles through Jewish eyes:
  • Poland and the Polish nation as reflected in the Jewish underground press / Daniel Blatman
  • Jewish and Polish perceptions of the Shoah as reflected in wartime diaries and memoirs / Feliks Tych
  • Polish-Jewish relations in the writings of Emmanuel Ringelblum / Samuel Kassow
  • Metaphysical nationality in the Warsaw Ghetto: non-Jews in the wartime writings of Rabbi Kalonimus Kalmish Shapiro / Henry Abramson
  • PART V. The destruction of Polish Jewry and Polish popular opinion:
  • Ringelblum revisited: Polish-Jewish relations in occupied Warsaw, 1940-1945 / Gunnar S. Paulsson
  • Hiding and passing on the Aryan side: a gendered comparison / Nechama Tec
  • Some issues in Jewish-Polish relations during the Second World War / Israel Gutman
  • PART VI. Aftermath:
  • Cracow Pogrom of August 1945: a narrative reconstruction / Anna Cichopek
  • Impact of the Holocaust on Jewish attitudes in postwar Poland / Bożena Szaynok
  • Jewish responses to antisemitism in Poland, 1944-1947 / Natalia Aleksiun
  • Teaching about the Holocaust in Poland / Michael C. Steinlauf
  • Collective memory and contemporary Polish-Jewish relations / Zvi Gitelman
  • Impact of the Shoah on the thinking of contemporary Polish Jewry: a personal account / Stanisław Krajewski