Shoah - Holocaust Studies
A pioneering study that offers a multidisciplinary reflection on Mount Herzl as a "sacred space" for Israeli society.
A selection of Shmuel Zanvel Kahana’s writings on the Shoah, published for the first time.
Destruction and Accounting is the most comprehensive and exhaustive study ever written on one of the most dramatic events in Israel's history, the reparations agreement between Israel and Germany.
This book contains annotated documents which provide a picture of religious Zionism’s struggle with creating the State of Israel and saving Jews from Nazi persecution from the years 1939 to 1945.
This collection of articles on the works of Aharon Appelfeld is unique in that each article is devoted to a study of one specific work.
The book includes studies and research on Agnon's work in Germany between the years 1913 to1924, during which time his art earned its classic status. The studies deal also with the influence of the German world and its culture on his entire body of wor
The Rabbi Yaakov Reines Prize for 1994, Yad Harav Maimon The book, which includes a documentary section, discusses the daring underground activities of Bnei Akiba in Hungary during the Holocaust, such as finding hiding-places, providing false papers, c
The book is devoted to prayer of the Holocaust period. It includes special prayers composed in occupied Europe and in the Free World on behalf of Jews under Nazism, and prayers in memory of Holocaust victims that were composed by authors from the differen
The book deals with the Irgun Brit Zion, which was founded in Kovno after its capture by the Russians and continued to function in the Kovno Ghetto and even in the concentration camps. Its main activities were in the sphere of education and ideology whils
Containing letters, memoirs and other documents as well as studies on various aspects of rescue activities during the Holocaust.
A monograph based on archival sources that is focused on the apathetic - if not hostile -attitude of the American Christian communities over the rescue, relief and resettlement of non-Jewish refugees. Full details are given of all the principal relief org
The book is concerned with Hungarian-Jewish relations before and during the Second World War. Its center of focus is official Hungarian policy towards the Jews, and, particularly, anti-Jewish legislation enacted by successive Hungarian governments between
The tragedy of the ignorance concerning the Holocaust and its significance. Was it an exceptional phenomenon or the continuation of a process?