Beyond Violence: Jewish Survivors in Poland and Slovakia, 1944-48 (New Studies in European History)

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This book tells a story of Polish and Slovak Holocaust survivors returning to homes that no longer existed in the aftermath of the Second World War. It focuses on their daily efforts to rebuild their lives in the radically changed political and social landscape of post-war Eastern Europe. Such an analysis shifts the perspective from post-war violence and emigration to post-war reconstruction. Using a comparative approach, Anna Cichopek-Gajraj discusses survivors' journeys home, their struggles to retain citizenship and repossess property, their coping with antisemitism, and their efforts to return to 'normality'. She emphasizes the everyday communal and personal experiences of survivors in the context of their relationships with non-Jews. In essence, by focusing on the daily efforts of Polish and Slovak Jews to rebuild their lives, the author investigates the limits of belonging in Eastern Europe after the Holocaust.

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Comparing Polish-Jewish and Slovak-Jewish experiences in the aftermath of the Second World War, this book explores the dynamics of interaction among ethnic groups after major crises. It examines postwar Jewish experiences of property restitution, citizenship and anti-Jewish violence as part of the broader social, political and cultural environment of reconstruction.

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Anna Cichopek-Gajraj is an Assistant Professor of East European Jewish History at Arizona State University.

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