From Assimilation to Antisemitism: The "Jewish Question" in Poland, 1850-1914
Before the mid-nineteenth century, Jews in the Polish lands led lives quite separate from their Christian neighbors. As modern ideologies of nationalism gained strength, however, Jewish separateness came to be seen as a problem, even a threat, to the Polish nation. Assimilation, a process by which Jews would become Poles in all but their religious practices, was the soluti...more
Hardcover, 252 pages
Published December 12th 2005 by Northern Illinois University Press
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