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'Jewish Communism' was one of the most powerful and destructive political myths in 20th-century Europe. The cry of Jewish communist conspiracy turned traditional, often religiously inspired anti-Jewish sentiments into a murderous anti-Semitic rampage. The connection of Jews with communism has always been an extremely sensitive issue, which cannot simply be dismissed as a fully irrational phenomenon. Jews were disproportionately present in the revolutionary movement. This does not make the myth of Jewish Communism less mythical, but it does imply that real interests and conflicts were involved.…mehr

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'Jewish Communism' was one of the most powerful and destructive political myths in 20th-century Europe. The cry of Jewish communist conspiracy turned traditional, often religiously inspired anti-Jewish sentiments into a murderous anti-Semitic rampage. The connection of Jews with communism has always been an extremely sensitive issue, which cannot simply be dismissed as a fully irrational phenomenon. Jews were disproportionately present in the revolutionary movement. This does not make the myth of Jewish Communism less mythical, but it does imply that real interests and conflicts were involved. This book presents the first full-length analysis of the identification of Jews with communism. It traces the myth of Jewish Communism from the traditional anti-Jewish prejudices on which it is built, to its crucial role in Eastern European Stalinist and post-Stalinist politics. It documents the painful controversies that the participation of Jews in the revolutionary movement has generated among Jewish observers, among communists, and also among historians.

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Autorenporträt
The Author: André Gerrits is Associate Professor in East European Studies at the University of Amsterdam, where he holds the Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration, and Senior Research Fellow at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations (Clingendael).
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Contents: A Controversial Issue - Shifting Paradigms of Jewish History - Anti-Semitism and Anti-communism - The Anatomy of a Myth - The Force of Nationalism and the Rise of the Jews - Jews and Revolution: The Polish Case - The Jewish Response - The Non-Jewish Jew - Figures, Facts, and Interpretations - The "People's Republics" - The Myth of Jewish Stalinism - Communist Anti-Semitism - Communists as Jews.