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Together and Apart in Brzezany
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Preliminary Table of Contents: Preface and Acknowledgments
A Note on Transliteration
Maps
ONE: My Return
TWO: Close and Distant Neighbors
THREE: The Good Years, 1919-1939
FOUR: The Soviet Interlude, 1939-1941
FIVE: The German Occupation, 1941-1944
SIX: The Aftermath, 1944-1945
SEVEN: Their Return
Concluding Remarks
Interviews
Notes
Abbreviations of Names of Archives
Bibliography and Abbreviations
Index

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2001-02 National Jewish Book Award Finalist

About the Author

Shimon Redlich, born in Poland and a survivor of the Holocaust, is an internationally distinguished specialist on the history of the Jews in Eastern Europe. He holds degrees from Hebrew University, Harvard University, and New York University. Redlich holds the Solly Yellin Chair in Lithuanian and East European Jewry and lectures on modern European history at Ben-Gurion University, Israel. His publications include War, Holocaust and Stalinism: A Documented History of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in the USSR and Propaganda and Nationalism in Wartime Russia.

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"Professor Redlich has made a remarkable effort to transcend narrow ethnic perspectives in telling this sad and shocking story... This is a moving and impressive book... Its significance extends far beyond the context of local or regional history." --Antony Polonsky "... by reconstructing the history/experience of Brzezany in Jewish, Ukrainian, and Polish memories [Redlich] has produced a beautiful parallel narrative of a world that was lost three times over... a truly wonderful achievement." Jan T. Gross "Redlich ... is able to bring an open-minded and objective approach to his subject, coupled with sensitivity towards all three of the nationalities he deals with. Investigating a highly complex set of racial relationships, he reveals the various threads with a clarity that makes the work accessible to the general as well as the specialist reader." Theo Richmond " ... an important contribution to the literature on multi-ethnic relations in Eastern Europe ... will make a useful classroom textbook for students of Polish and Ukranian modern history, East European Jewish studies and the holocaust, and the increasingly growing new field of Galician studies."--SEER, 82, 3, 2004

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