Governments-in-Exile and the Jews during the Second World War
Edited by: Jordan, James; Lanicek, Jan
New in paperback 19th November 2020
M Swartz, University of Massachusetts at Amhurst, Choice
A remarkable testimonial to the European state of mind when confronting the destruction of European Jewry.
Alexander J. Groth, University of California, Davis
• Extensive introductory essay by Antony Polonsky
• Contributions from leading academics including:
Tony Kushner, University of Southampton
Renée Poznanski, Ben Gurion University
Rainer Schulze, University of Essex
Dariusz Stola, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
• Opens up a major new area for research
Whilst the subject of bystanders to the Holocaust has constituted an important part of Holocaust research in the last decades, historians have focused mainly on the two major Western Allied powers, the United States and the United Kingdom. This new volume represents the first attempt at broadening this important research area to include how the other members of the anti-Hitler alliance helped to shape the attitudes and responses to the Nazi persecution and extermination of European Jewry. Specifically the volume looks at the ‘Jewish policy’ of the various governments-in-exile that were established during the war in London and elsewhere, offering for the first time a comparative perspective on an important topic.