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Titre Pogrom : Kishinev and the tilt of history / Steven J. Zipperstein.
Auteur Zipperstein, Steven J., 1950- author
Éditeur New York, N.Y. ; London : Liveright Publishing Corporation, [2018]
©2018
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Sujet anglais Kishinev Massacre, Chișinău, Moldova, 1903
Pogroms -- Moldova -- Chișinău -- History -- 20th century
Jews -- Persecutions -- Moldova -- Chișinău -- History -- 20th century
Jews -- Moldova -- Chișinău -- History -- 20th century
Massacres -- Moldova -- Chișinău -- History -- 20th century
Chișinău (Moldova) -- Ethnic relations
Sujet français Kishinev Massacre, Chiinău, Moldova, 1903
Pogroms -- Moldavie -- Chiinău -- Histoire -- 20e siècle
Juifs -- Persécutions -- Moldavie -- Chiinău -- Histoire -- 20e siècle
Juifs -- Moldavie -- Chiinău -- Histoire -- 20e siècle
Massacres -- Moldavie -- Chiinău -- Histoire -- 20e siècle
Chiinău (Moldavie) -- Relations interethniques
Description xx, 261 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Édition First edition.
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-243) and index.
Dépouillement Age of pogroms -- Town and countryside -- "Squalid brawl in a distant city" -- Burdens of truth -- Sages of Zion, Pavel Krushevan, and the shadow of Kishinev -- Remains of the day.
Résumé Separating historical fact from fantasy, an acclaimed historian retells the story of Kishinev, a riot that transformed the course of twentieth-century Jewish history. So shattering were the aftereffects of Kishinev, the rampage that broke out in late-Tsarist Russia in April 1903, that one historian remarked that it was "nothing less than a prototype for the Holocaust itself." In three days of violence, 49 Jews were killed and 600 raped or wounded, while more than 1,000 Jewish-owned houses and stores were ransacked and destroyed. Recounted in lurid detail by newspapers throughout the Western world, and covered sensationally by America's Hearst press, the pre-Easter attacks seized the imagination of an international public, quickly becoming the prototype for what would become known as a 'pogrom,' and providing the impetus for efforts as varied as The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and the NAACP. Using new evidence culled from Russia, Israel, and Europe, distinguished historian Steven J. Zipperstein's wide-ranging book brings historical insight and clarity to a much-misunderstood event that would do so much to transform twentieth-century Jewish life and beyond.
ISBN 9781631492693 (hardcover)
   
   
 
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