And the Land of Israel for Polish Gentiles.
The Last Stage.
The heroism of Witold Pilecki.
Yair Lapid mangles history while Polish anti-Semitism increases.
Post-Holocaust towns populated by biblical ghosts.
I expected the women’s movement to evaporate as quickly as it had materialized. It was the worst cultural prediction of my life.
Benefiting neither Warsaw nor Jerusalem.
Learning a lesson from Theodor Herzl.
That is the question a new history of Polish Jewry in the 1930s asks and—with one large exception—answers well.
Mimicking the totalitarian habit of rewriting the past.
And it brings anti-Semitism with it.
Collaboration in the slaughter of the Jews on the one hand, “Jewish crimes” against Lithuanians on the other.
Heroic acts of rescue alongside terrible crimes.