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“Commission over the corpse of A. Hrůzová in the Březina woods by Polná, 1 April 1899. Dr. Michálek and Dr. Prokeš make their report.” Postcard souvenir of the Leopold Hilsner case, Polná,


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Etching depicting Jews stabbing the host, from Trzy Święte Hostye, w Poznaniu 1399. Roku Nożami od Zydow Ukłote (Three Holy Hosts, Which the Jews Stabbed with Knives in Poznań in 1399), by W. Xiądz

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Zalmen Holtz, a young man who had himself photographed with Yiddish newspapers containing articles commemorating Beilis’s acquittal, Skierniewice, Poland, 1913. Photograph by L. Karp.

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“In Memory of the Beilis Trial: Beilis Not Guilty, Jews Guilty.” Yiddish postcard. Artwork by Mitchel Loeb. Printed by Progress Publishing Company, New York, ca. 1913. The card depicts the “Jewish

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Painting depicting blood libels in Sandomierz, still on display in town’s cathedral as of 2005. Photograph by Roman Chyła.

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“Come to Krejngl’s Hall at 4 Ludwisarska Street to a protest meeting against numerus clausus.” Poster in Polish and Yiddish. Printed by Szymanowicza, Vilna, 1937.

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“Mendel Beilis.” Postcard commemorating the blood libel trial of Mendel Beilis, ca. 1911. Artwork by Mitchell Loeb. The Yiddish verse reads: “Oh! This is the martyred Jew / Now his name is known

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A group of Jews who tried to emigrate from Iaşi to a Turkish-controlled area in Galați and were expelled, with the corpse of a man drowned when Romanian soldiers refused the group reentry to Romania

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Antisemitism Is Intentional Counterrevolution. The poster associates antisemitism and antisemitic violence with "counterrevolutionary" elements, such as capitalists, the bourgeoisie, and supporters

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The poster associates antisemitism with “prerevolutionary” elements, such as capitalists, the bourgeoisie, and supporters of the tsar.

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His death became emblematic for Jews, representing antisemitism and other challenges they faced in the period immediately after the establishment of the Polish Republic.

DOCUMENT: “Briv fun poyln,” by Dovid Frishman, early 1920s

that extreme nationalist parties such as Roman Dmowski's Endecja are being influenced by Romanian-style antisemitism. But actually, Poland has a much more complicated relationship with antisemitism

DOCUMENT: Letter from Emanuel Ringelblum in Warsaw to Elye Tsherikover, 1932

But Ringelblum takes issue with this attitude: Jewish historians shouldn't censor themselves for fear of stirring up antisemitism. But neither should there be a separate chapter about Jewish spies,

ARTICLE: Mezei, Ernő

of the Jewish representatives in fighting emerging political antisemitism. Árpád Welker, “Between Emancipation and Antisemitism: The Jewish Presence in Parliamentary Politics in Hungary, 1867–1884

ARTICLE: Antisemitic Parties and Movements

, and the rising tide of antisemitism in Germany and Austria, and Shmuel Almog, Nationalism and Antisemitism in Modern Europe, 1815–1945 (Oxford and New York, 1990); Yehuda Bauer, ed., Present-Day Antisemitism (Jerusalem, 1988); Jean-Yves Camus, Les extrémismes en Europe: État des lieux en 1998 (Paris, 1998); Paul Hockenos, Free to Hate: The Rise of the Right in Post-Communist Eastern Europe (New York, 1993); Jacob Katz, From Prejudice to Destruction: Anti-Semitism, 1700–1933 (Cambridge, Mass.,

ARTICLE: Jackson-Vanik Amendment

Among its arguments, the delegation threatened that the legislation would increase antisemitism in the Soviet Union and would adversely affect the 90 percent of Jews who sought to remain; it likewise

ARTICLE: Russia: Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic

Antisemitism was particularly evident in Crimea, where the heads of , 1978); Gennadii V. Kostyrchenko, Out of the Red Shadows: Anti-Semitism in Stalin’s Russia; From the Secret Archives of the Soviet

ARTICLE: Romanian Literature

, Romanian literature and journalism were involved deeply in the creation of an antisemitic stereotype in culture, and antisemitism became a significant element in Romanian nationalist ideology

ARTICLE: Romania

Popular and political antisemitism tempered enthusiasm for assimilation, but it did not prevent the dominant feeling of attachment to the Romanian environment that was also revealed in the nostalgia

ARTICLE: Communism

Jews is that this is a way they fight antisemitism. Community, U.S.A., 1919–1941 (New York, 1959); André Gerrits, “Anti-Semitism and Anti-Communism: The Myth of ‘Judeo-Communism’ in Eastern Europe,

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