In Enemy Land: The Jews of Kielce and the Region, 1939-1946

In Enemy Land: The Jews of Kielce and the Region, 1939-1946

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Sara Bender

Series: The Holocaust: History and Literature, Ethics, and Philosophy
ISBN: 9781618118714 (hardcover)
Pages: approx. 400 pp.; 2 tables
Publication Date: July 2018

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This monograph discusses the Jewish community in Kielce and its environs during World War II and the Holocaust. Prior to this volume, Kielce’s Jews have never been accorded a comprehensive discussion focusing on their history as victims under the German occupation in World War II.


Sara Bender is Professor in the Department of Jewish History at the University of Haifa.


Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1. The Jews of Kielce between the World Wars
Chapter 2. From Occupation to Ghettoization—September 1939–April 1941
Chapter 3. The Ghetto (April 1941–August 1942)
Chapter 4. Deportation of the Jews of Kielce and Surrounding Areas (August 1942–January 1943)
Chapter 5. The “Small Ghetto” and the Labor Camps (September 1942–August 1944)
Chapter 6. Jews and Poles in Kielce Subdistrict during the German Occupation
Epilogue