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Feferman, Kiril

“If we had wings we would fly to you”

A Soviet Jewish Family Faces Destruction, 1941–42

Series:Jews of Russia & Eastern Europe and Their Legacy

ACADEMIC STUDIES PRESS

    126,50 € / $139.00 / £111.20*

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    Publication Date:
    2020
    Copyright year:
    2020
    To be published:
    May 2020
    ISBN
    978-1-64469-292-9
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    Overview

    Aims and Scope

    This is the first work in any language that offers both an overarching exploration of the flight and evacuation of Soviet Jews viewed at the macro level, and a personal history of one Soviet Jewish family. The book makes a significant contribution to the history of the Holocaust and Second World War in the Soviet Union, presenting one Soviet region as an illustration of wartime social and media politics.

    Details

    340 pages
    22 Fig.
    Language:
    English
    Keyword(s):
    Holocaust;Soviet;Caucasus;Evacuation;Jewish;Flight;Jewish resistance;Refugee;Russia;Red Army;Nazi Germany;World War II;WWII;microhistory;macrohistory;letters;epistolary history;Soviet-German War;wartime politics;Rostov-on-Don;USSR;German invasion;propaganda;media;genocide;diaspora;pogrom;Ashkenazi Jews;antisemitism;family;Ginsburgs;ghettos;fascism;racism;Pale of Settlement;Bolsheviks;concentration camps;Shoah;military;poverty
    Readership:
    Scholars and students of the Second World war, Russia, Holocaust, and refugee history; general audience with interest in these topics

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    FefermanKiril: Kiril Feferman teaches at Ariel University and is the head of Ariel’s Holocaust History Center. He has more than fifteen years of experience researching Holocaust history, contemporary Jewish history in the broader East European region, and the Second World War and has published extensively on these topics.Kiril Feferman teaches at Ariel University and is the head of Ariel’s Holocaust History Center. He has more than fifteen years of experience researching Holocaust history, contemporary Jewish history in the broader East European region, and the Second World War and has published extensively on these topics.

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