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Tracing the origins and manifestations of anti-Semitism, this chronicle illustrates how this form of discrimination has featured in the history of Western civilization for more than 3,000 years. Against a background of intolerance and condemnation, this reconstruction describes Jewish emancipation from the late 18th century and its gradual transformation into the parallel political and nationalistic ideal of Zionism. A unique exploration of the origins of Arab and organized communist anti-Semitism as well as Nazi racism is also included. From political opposition and racial persecution to religious and philosophical justification for some of history’s most outrageous acts, this shocking examination reveals that what the 20th century has seen through the lens of the holocaust is only the beginning.
- The History Press, July 2009
The History Press
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