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Subcarpathian Rus' is a region in former Czechoslo-vakia and Hungary, and the Jews who lived in this area comprised a unique community. Until the Holocaust, Sub-carpathian Jews lived peacefully among other local groups. They owned and worked their own land as small-scale farmers and lumberjacks and were known for their Orthodox piety. The cities of Uzhhorod, Mukachevo, and Sighet were major centers of Hasidism.This is the first major scholarly history of Subcarpathian Jewry. The Carpathian Disapora traces the fascinating story of these Jews through three regimes: The Habsburg Empire before World War I; Czechoslovakia during the interwar years; and Hungary during World War II and the Holocaust. The book includes maps, tables, and a photographic essay of community life.
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Balanced and evenhanded in its treatment, the volume makes a significant contribution to Jewish history... Highly recommended. Choice 1/1/09 The best study there is of the Jews of Subcarpathian Rus. Religious Studies Review Vol 35 No 2 Scholarly yet readable, [Jelinek] presents a vivid and detailed picture of the life of the Jews of Subcarpathian Rus. -- Henry Abramson American Historical Review 6/1/09
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Book Description East European Monographs, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110880336196
Book Description East European Monographs, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0880336196
Book Description East European Monographs, New York, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. NEW, dark blue buckram over boards w gilt font on cover and spine, 412 numbered pps. Photographic essay and maps by Paul Robert Magocsi. Crisp, clean, new copy without marks or blemishes. Dust jacket is unclipped, blemishless. GIFT QUALITY. This is the first major scholarly history of Subcarpathian Jewry. Twenty chapters trace their fascinating story through three regimes. Includes maps, statistical tables, bibliography, index, photographic essay of community life. Seller Inventory # 112121