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Hostages of Modernization : Studies on Modern Antisemitism 1870-1933-39 Germany - Great Britain - France :  Studies on Modern Antisemitism 1870-1933-39 Germany - Great Britain - France - Herbert A. Strauss

Hostages of Modernization : Studies on Modern Antisemitism 1870-1933-39 Germany - Great Britain - France

Studies on Modern Antisemitism 1870-1933-39 Germany - Great Britain - France

By: Herbert A. Strauss (Editor)

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Published: 1989
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The series was designed in response to the research experiences accumulated by the Center for Research on Antisemitism of Berlin Technical University since 1982. The first two volumes presented normative thinking on the social and psychological mechanisms effective in antisemitism. The present volum

Foreword
Introduction: Possibilities and Limits of Comparisonp. 1
Germany - Continuities, Ambiguities, and Political Stylep. 11
Anti-Semitism and the "Great Depression", 1873-1896p. 19
Anti-Semitism and Minority Policyp. 29
Structure and Functions of German Anti-Semitism 1878-1914p. 41
The Social and Political Function of Late 19th Century Anti-Semitism: The Case of the Small Handicraft-Mastersp. 62
The Jewish Arrival at Higher Educationp. 80
Roman Catholics, the Centre Party and Anti-Semitism in Imperial Germanyp. 107
Antisemitism by Other Means? The Rural Cooperative Movement in Late 19th Century Germanyp. 128
Political Transformations During the War and Their Effect on the Jewish Questionp. 150
Hostages of "World Jewry": On the Origin of the Idea of Genocide in Germany Historyp. 165
Volkisch Origins of Early Nazism: Anti-Semitism in Culture and Politicsp. 174
Anti-Semitism in Weimar Societyp. 196
The Jews in Weimar Germany: The Impact of Anti-Semitism on Universities, Political Parties and Government Servicesp. 206
Voter Perceptions of Nazi Propaganda: The Issue of Modernizationp. 227
Nazi Persecution of the Jews and Emigrationp. 236
German Popular Opinion and the "Jewish Question", 1939-1943: Some further Reflectionsp. 269
The Persecution of the Jews: Its Place in German Historyp. 280
Great Britain - The Minor Keyp. 289
Anti-Semitism with the Boots Offp. 294
Anti-Semitism in British Society 1876-1939p. 326
Aspects of the Working Class Response to the Jews in Britainp. 350
The Anti-Jewish Riots of August 1911 in South Walesp. 365
The English Dilemma: Political Custom and Latent Prejudicep. 376
Political Anti-Semitism in England 1918-1939p. 385
Attack and Counter-Attackp. 425
The Balance Sheet: Summary and Evaluationp. 435
France - Intertwined Traditionsp. 455
The Roots of Popular Anti-Semitism in the Third Republicp. 464
Chronology of the Dreyfus Casep. 486
The Politics of Shopkeeper Protestp. 496
Boulangism and the Dreyfus Affair 1886-1900p. 514
Antisemitism in France at the Time of the Dreyfus Affairp. 541
The French Extreme Right and the Concept of Pre-Fascismp. 593
The Roots of Vichy Anti-Semitismp. 599
Origins of the "Jewish Problem" in the Late Third Republicp. 631
Public Opinion, 1940-1942p. 644
Vicissitudes of Anti-Modernism: Origins and Continuities of Populist Antisemitism
Georg von Schoenerer and the Genesis of Modern Antisemitism
Pan-Germanism: Anti-Semitism in Mass-Style Politics
Lueger's Heritage: Anti-Semitism in Austrian Party Politics
The Viennese Artisans and the Origins of Political Antisemitism, 1880-1890
Lueger and the Viennese Jews: Rhetorics and Realities
Vienna and Its Jews: The Solitary Scapegoat in Post-War Vienna
Political Anti-Semitism in Interwar Vienna
The Jews of Vienna from the Anschluss to the Holocaust
Hungary: Historic Catastrophes and Long-Range Changes
Anti-Semitism in Hungary 1882-1932
Trianon Hungary, Jews and Politics
Right Radicalism in the Immediate Postwar Period
Hungarian Politics and the Jewish Question in the 1930s
Anti-Jewish Measures and Policies and Nazi Influence in the 1930s
Two Contrasting Policies Toward the Jews: Russia and Hungary
Poland: Culture of Anti-Semitism
Polish-Jewish Relations: Historic Background
The Jewries of Interwar Poland
Rural Anti-Semitism in Galicia Before World War I
Ethnic Diversity in Twentieth Century Poland
Polish-Jewish Relations During World War I
Poles and Jews Between the Wars: Historic Overview
Anti-Semitism and Jews in Poland, 1918-1939
Anti-Semitism and Jewish Economic and Social Conditions, 1918-1939
Jewish Social Status in Sociological Perspective
Jewish Caste Status in Poland
Polish Folk Culture and the Jew
Czarist Russia and the Soviet Union: Enduring Mentalities
Anti-Semitism at the Close of the Czarist Era
Reforming Jews - Reforming Russians
Geographical and Socioeconomic Factors in the 1881 Anti-Jewish Pogroms in Russia
Jewish Self-Defense During the Russian Pogroms of 1903-1906
The Beilis Case: Anti-Semitism and Politics in the Reign of Nicholas II
World and Domestic Reaction to the Beilis Case
Periods of Kremlin Jewish Policies
Jews in Russia: The First World War and the Revolutionary Period
The Ukrainian Jewish-Problem
Soviet Policies Toward the Jews: From Lenin to Stalin
Social and Economic Changes Among Soviet Jews
Socio-Economic Modernization and Imposed Culture Change
Continuities in Popular Perception of Jews in the Soviet Union
Epilogue
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ISBN: 9783110107760
ISBN-10: 3110107767
Series: Series A--Law : Book 1
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 681
Published: 1989
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.66
Weight (kg): 1.13