The Jews of Yugoslavia: A Quest...

This work is a pioneer study of a little-known part of the modern Jewish world that is at once unique and a microcosm of European Jewry as a whole. The story of the Jews of Yugoslavia can be seen as a quest for community, to forge a unity of communal purpose and endeavor.

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FRONT MATTERTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PageContentsTablesPrefaceIntroductionPART ONE: The Setting: Meeting of East and West1 Sarajevo: City of Four Faiths2 Belgrade: The Serbian Capital3 Zagreb: Croatian Citadel 4 Between Two World WarsPART TWO: The Jewish Community5 Local Structure 6 National Institutions7 Social and Cultural OrganizationsPART THREE: The State and the Jews8 Crisis of Identity9 The Pressures of PoliticsEpilogue: The Surviving RemnantAppendixesAppendix 1. TablesAppendix 2. Minorities Treaty, 1919Appendix 3. Constitution of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, 1921 (Excerpts)Appendix 4. Law on the Religious Community of Jews in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, 1929Appendix 5. Anti-Jewish Legislation, October 1940Abbreviations, Bibliography, Notes, and IndexAbbreviationsBibliographyNotesIndex
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