Washington College studies in religion, politics, and culture ; v. 2.
Formatted Contents Note
Setting the scene: who were the Jews of modern Poland? Refuge and opportunity: the rise of the Jewish community of Poland Cracow and Lublin, Auschwitz and Majdanek: medieval heights and modern depths From deluge to partition: the decline of Polish Jewry The Jews in partitioned Poland's divergent development, 1795-World War I Lodz: 19th century boom, 20th century bust Hometown homecoming: from Ostroveh to Treblinka Warsaw: capital catastrophe.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.