Jewish historians in the office of the Jewish Section at an international historical congress, Warsaw, 1933: (left to right) Ignacy Schiper, Abraham Duker, Emanuel Ringelblum, Raphael Mahler, Salo W. Baron, Me’ir Halevi, Majer Bałaban, M. Stein, and an unidentified participant. (YIVO)

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To survey trends and motifs in the historiography of the Jewish experience in Eastern Europe, this entry includes four articles. Following a general overview, which focuses on scholarship in Poland and Russia, are separate articles on the Bohemian lands and Hungary. The last article treats historical writings by Orthodox Jews.