1. Note on Place Names
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  1. Note on Transliteration
  2. p. xvi
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  1. Introduction
  2. François Guesnet, Howard Lupovitch, Antony Polonsky
  3. pp. 3-30
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  1. The Magnate–Jewish Symbiosis: Hungarian and Polish Variations on a Theme
  2. Howard Lupovitch
  3. pp. 31-40
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  1. Ethnic Triangles, Assimilation, and the Complexities of Acculturation in a Multi-ethnic Society
  2. Kristian Gerner
  3. pp. 41-59
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  1. Between Poland and Hungary: The Process of Jewish Integration from a Comparative Perspective
  2. Guy Miron
  3. pp. 61-81
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  1. The Ashkenaz of the South: Hungarian Jewry in the Long Nineteenth Century
  2. Victor Karády
  3. pp. 83-119
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  1. Jews and Poles, 1860–1914: Assimilation, Emancipation, Antisemitism
  2. Theodore R. Weeks
  3. pp. 121-142
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  1. Jewish Women in Poland and Hungary
  2. Katalin Fenyves
  3. pp. 143-158
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  1. Morality, Motherland, and Freedom: The Arduous and Triumphant Journey of Michael Heilprin to America
  2. Ferenc Raj, Howard Lupovitch
  3. pp. 159-178
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  1. Polish Hasidism and Hungarian Orthodoxy in a Borderland: The Munkács Rabbinate
  2. Levi Cooper
  3. pp. 199-223
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  1. Polish 'Progressive' Judaism and Hungarian Neolog Judaism: A Comparison
  2. Benjamin Matis
  3. pp. 225-241
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  1. Cabaret Nation: The Jewish Foundations of Kabaret Literacki, 1920–1939
  2. Beth Holmgren
  3. pp. 273-288
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  1. The Politics of Exclusion: The Turbulent History of Hungarian and Polish Film, 1896–1945
  2. Susan M. Papp, Antony Polonsky
  3. pp. 289-311
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  1. Abnormal Times: Intersectionality and Anti-Jewish Violence in Hungary and Poland, 1918–1922
  2. Emily Gioielli
  3. pp. 313-328
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  1. Suicides of the Polish and Hungarian Types: Jewish Self-Destruction and Social Cohesion in Interwar Warsaw and Budapest
  2. Daniel Rosenthal
  3. pp. 329-348
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  1. On the Margin of a Historic Friendship: Polish Jewish Refugees in Hungary during the Second World War
  2. Tamás Kovács
  3. pp. 349-363
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  1. Placing the Ghetto: Warsaw and Budapest, 1939–1945
  2. Tim Cole
  3. pp. 365-380
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  1. Warsaw and Budapest, 1939–1945: Two Ghettos, Two Policies, Two Outcomes
  2. László Karsai
  3. pp. 381-393
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  1. Polish and Hungarian Poets on the Holocaust
  2. George Gömöri
  3. pp. 395-408
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  1. 'Anti-Fascist Literature' as Holocaust Literature? The Holocaust in the Hungarian Socialist Literary Marketplace, 1956–1970
  2. Richard S. Esbenshade
  3. pp. 409-426
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  1. Holocaust Remembrance in Hungary after the Fall of Communism
  2. Zsuzsanna Agora, M. Pókay
  3. pp. 427-453
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  1. 'Nicht vor dem Kind!': Testimonies on the Yellow–Star Houses of Budapest
  2. Gwen Jones
  3. pp. 455-470
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  1. 'Non-Remembering' the Holocaust in Hungary and Poland
  2. Andrea Pető
  3. pp. 471-480
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  1. Jews in Museums: Narratives of Nation and 'Jewishness' in Post-Communist Hungarian and Polish Public Memory
  2. Anna Manchin
  3. pp. 481-501
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  1. Polish and Hungarian Jews: So Different, Yet So Interconnected: An Interview with István Deák
  2. Howard Lupovitch
  3. pp. 503-511
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  1. Polish National Antisemitism
  2. Ireneusz Krzemiński
  3. pp. 515-542
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  1. Ben-Zion Gold: 26 July 1923-20 April 2016
  2. Antony Polonsky
  3. pp. 545-547
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  1. Fred Schwartz: 10 October 1931-6 August 2016
  2. Tomasz Kuncewicz
  3. p. 548
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  1. Notes on the Contributors
  2. pp. 549-554
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 555-571
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