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Breve Historia Del Holocausto

Author: Ramon Espanyol Vall
Publisher: Ediciones Nowtilus S.L.
ISBN: 8499671934
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Descubra las claves de una historia estremecedora que no podemos ignorar. Crueldad, persecución racial y muerte. Desde la marginación de los judíos por el III Reich, las cámaras de gas y los campos de exterminio hasta la creación del estado de Israel y la herencia del Holocausto en el siglo XXI.

Spanish Attitudes Toward Judaism

Author: Adolfo Kuznitzky
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786476621
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Analyzing the history of the Jews of Spain from the time of the Visigoths to the present, this study investigates periods of discrimination against converted Jews that went beyond the merely religious, finding similarities to the racial and secular anti-Semitism of modernity. Some scholars have drawn parallels between the Spanish castizo ethnicism embodied in the "cleanliness of blood" statutes and the German volkisch (anti-Semitic) beliefs that sustained Nazism. Others have found Inquisition-like parallels in post-inquisitorial Spain--including during the Spanish Civil War and the Francoist era--a result of the survival of ethno-religious prejudices in a country where there were no Jews. The singularities of Spanish anti-Semitism are revealed in the "Spanish Paradox" of anti-Semitism coexisting with philo-Sephardism and also in the Spanish sensitivity to being viewed as a nation of Jews (the Black Legend). The author examines a historiographical controversy that went beyond scholarship, spilling onto the columns of newspaper polemic.

Nazism The Holocaust And The Middle East

Author: Francis R. Nicosia
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1785337858
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Given their geographical separation from Europe, ethno-religious and cultural diversity, and subordinate status within the Nazi racial hierarchy, Middle Eastern societies were both hospitable as well as hostile to National Socialist ideology during the 1930s and 1940s. By focusing on Arab and Turkish reactions to German anti-Semitism and the persecution and mass-murder of European Jews during this period, this expansive collection surveys the institutional and popular reception of Nazism in the Middle East and North Africa. It provides nuanced and scholarly yet accessible case studies of the ways in which nationalism, Islam, anti-Semitism, and colonialism intertwined, all while sensitive to the region’s political, cultural, and religious complexities.

Jewish Writers Of Latin America

Author: Darrell B. Lockhart
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134754205
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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.