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The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era

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Published by Social Science Monographs, Distributed by Columbia University Press in Boulder, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Romania,
  • Romania.,
  • Ukraine,
  • Transnistria (Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944)
    • Subjects:
    • Antonescu, Ion, 1882-1946.,
    • Jews -- Persecutions -- Romania.,
    • Jews -- Persecutions -- Ukraine -- Transnistria (Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944),
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Romania.,
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Ukraine -- Transnistria (Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944),
    • Antisemitism -- Romania.,
    • Romania -- Ethnic relations.,
    • Romania -- History -- 1914-1944.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Randolph L. Braham.
      SeriesEast European monographs ;, no. 483, East European monographs.
      ContributionsBraham, Randolph L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS135.R7 D47 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 413 p. ;
      Number of Pages413
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL704820M
      ISBN 100880333804
      LC Control Number97061666

      Rumänien und der Holocaust. Zu den Massenverbrechen in Transnistrien , Berlin ; Randolph Braham (ed.): The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era, New York See also a range of publications by Jean Ancel, including, for example, Antonescu and the Jews, Jerusalem The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era, Randolph Braham editor, Columbia University Press, NY, , chapter on The Fate of Romanian Jews in Nazi Occupied Europe. The World Reacts to the Holocaust, Johns Hopkins University Press, , chapter on Romania.   Shafir, M., , "Marshal Antonescu's Post-Communist Rehabilitation: Cui Bono?," in Randolph L. Braham (ed.), The Destruction of Romanian . The Romanian Orthodox Church and the Holocaust Popa, Ion Published by Indiana University Press Popa, Ion. mation about the active involvement of the Church in the destruction of the Romanian Jews, and both presented the Church as interested in, even as the during the last decades of the Communist era. For example, in the first sen- Cited by: 1.


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The Romanian chapter in the history of European Jewry during the Nazi era is replete with complex and controversial issues, including the anti-Jewish measures of the late s, the pogroms of the early s, and the mass murders of Jews in Romanian-occupied parts of : Hardcover.

Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era. Boulder: Social Science Monographs ; New York: Distributed by Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era.

Social Science Monographs; East European Monographs, no. Boulder; New York: Columbia University Press, East Europ. xvi + pp. Bibliographical references.

$ (cloth), ISBN Divided into four parts, the book includes an analytical view of anti-Semitism as reflected in the records of the Council of Ministers; the genocidal drive against Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era; the "foreign factor" in the history of the Holocaust in Romania; and the myths and history-cleansing campaigns Price: $ The Holocaust in Romania: The Destruction of Jews and Gypsies Under the Antonescu Regime, - Kindle edition by Ioanid, Radu.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Holocaust in Romania: The Destruction of Jews and Gypsies Under the Antonescu Regime, /5(13). The Antonescu Paradox Hitler’s Romanian ally led an utterly barbaric regime — that while often protecting Jews inside Romania’s borders, murdered them indiscriminately just outside those.

This book, divided into four parts, includes an analytical view of anti-Semitism as reflected in the records of the Council of Ministers; the genocidal drive against Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era; the 'foreign factor' in the history of the Holocaust in Romania; and the myths and history-cleansing campaigns.

Radu Ioanid's account of the destruction of Jews and Gypsies under the regime of Ion Antonescu, based upon privileged access to secret East European government archives, is an unprecedented analysis of heretofore purposely hidden materials/5.

The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era (Boulder: Social Sciences Monographs, ), Larry L. Watts, O Casandra a Romaniei: Ion Antonescu si lupta pentru reforma: (Bucharest: Editura Fundatiei Culturale Romane, ) [Romanian]. 1 Michael Shafir, “Marshal Antonescu’s Post-Communist Rehabilitation: Cui Bono,” in The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era, ed.

Randolph Braham (New York, ), pp. 2 Marius Mircu, Din nou şapte momente - din istoria evreilor în România: Oameni de omenie, în. Ion Antonescu (/ ˌ æ n t ə ˈ n ɛ s k uː /; Romanian: [jon antoˈnesku] (); June 14 [O.S. June 2] – June 1, ) was a Romanian soldier and authoritarian politician who, as the Prime Minister and Conducător during most of World War II, presided over two successive wartime the war, he was convicted of war crimes and executed.

A Romanian Army career officer who Battles/wars: Peasants' Revolt, Second The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era book. Buy The Holocaust in Romania: The Destruction of Jews and Gypsies Under the Antonescu Regime, by Ioanid, Radu (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10). The phrase in Romanian was curăţirea terenului; see Paul A. Shapiro, ‘The Jews of Chişinău (Kishinev): Romanian Reoccupation, Ghettoization, Deportation’, in The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era, ed.

Randolph L. Braham (New York: The Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, City University of New Author: Dennis Deletant. Between andGerman and Romanian authorities murdered or caused the deaths of betweenandRomanian and Ukrainian Jews in Transnistria.

At leastRomanian Jews were killed or died from mistreatment but it is important to mention that Jews were not the only minorities targeted by Romanians. Between andRomania was responsible for exterminating approximatelyJews, giving it the sinister distinction of ranking second only to Germany in terms of the number of Jews murdered during the Second World War.

1 Marshal Ion Antonescu, 2 military dictator of Romania fromadvocated a policy of ethnic cleansing to purify the Romanian nation no less radical. Michael Shafir, “Marshal Antonescu’s Post-Communist Rehabilitation: Cui Bono,” in The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era, ed.

Randolph Braham (New York, ), pp. ; Marius Mircu, Din nou şapte momente - din istoria evreilor în România: Oameni de omenie, în vremuri de neomenie (Tel Aviv: Glob, ), pp. Written in a journalistic style. The history of the Jews in Romania concerns the Jews both of Romania and of Romanian origins, from their first mention on what is present-day Romanian territory.

Minimal until the 18th century, the size of the Jewish population increased after aroundand more especially after the establishment of Greater Romania in the aftermath of World War I.A diverse community, albeit an Israel:(emigrants to Israel ),( estimated population). Ion Antonescu’s obsession with what he saw as the Bolshevik menace drove his policy towards the Jews.

The vast majority of those living in the provinces bordering on, and occupied by, the Soviet Union between and —Bessarabia and Bukovina—were deported to Transnistria, where more than seventy percent of them were murdered or died of disease and by: 2. The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era, (New York: Columbia University Press, Studies), Article (PDF Available) January with 87.

The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era Boulder: Social Science Monographs ; New York: Distributed by Columbia University Press, Situation of the Jews in Roumania, Bucarest: [s.n.], Roumania. The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era by Randolph L Braham lay researchers with both panoramic and microscopic views of the virtually last-minute destruction of most of the Jews of Hungary, until then the last sizable surviving Jewish community in occupied Europe Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust.

The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era [ - editor Randolph L. Braham; East European Monographs] Shattered. culminating in its destruction during the Holocaust.

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Type Chapter Author(s) R Florian Date Page start 69 Page end 79 Is part of Book Title The destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era Author(s) Randolph L. Braham Date   The massacre, deportation, and internment of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews in the territories of Bessarabia, Northern Bukovina, and Transnistria were part of Antonescu’s wider policy of racial and ethnic purification of the Romanian nation, one which was rooted in both elite and populists fears of ethnic minorities and anti-Semitism.

from conversion to the Christian faith. These measures were taken because “the ethnic being of the Romanian nation must be protected against mixing with Jewish blood.”15 The same motivation was used to prohibit Jews from hiring Romanian servants On DecemIon Antonescu signed the law mandating a census of ethnic.

The main reasons for Holocaust denial in the country are complex, however, three key factors come to mind: 1) Ion Antonescu, Romania’s authoritarian, pro-Fascist leader, has been rehabilitated as a nationalist hero, 2) some consider the Jews of Bessarabia and Bukovina who perished in the Holocaust not Romanian, but Ukranian (even though they.

Eskenasy, V.,"Historiographers Against the Antonescu Myth" in Braham, R. (ed.), The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the. In, Jews lived in Romania; they constituted the third largest Jewish community in Europe.

Today not more t Jews live in Romania, most of them elderly. The record of the Holocaust in Romania includes many curious chapters of support and betrayal, but they have been largely Brand: Dee, Ivan R. Publisher.

Ion Antonescu was responsible for the death of “betweenandJews and betw Romas” in the Romanian-occupied regions of Bukovina and Bessarabia. Because the Soviet Communist army took over these regions between June 28 and Julytheir inhabitants—particularly the Jews in the area–were regarded by.

As Transnistria changed over to Romanian administration (according to the pact of Tighina from Aug ), the Romanian authorities took over a large number of local Ukrainian Jews. Prior to the war, there were roughlynative Ukrainian Jews living in this region, from whichin Odessa (according to the Soviet population.

In, Jews lived in Romania; they constituted the third largest Jewish community in Europe. Today not more t Jews live in Romania, most of them elderly. The record of the Holocaust in Romania includes many curious chapters of support and betrayal, but they have been largely unavailable until now.

Radu Ioanid's account based upon privileged access to Reviews: 1. The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era (Boulder: The Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies Graduate Center/ City University of New York and Social Science Monographs, ), 4 Lucian Boia,History and Myth in Romanian Consciousness (Budapest: CEU Press, ), File Size: KB.

"The Fate of Romanian Jews in Nazi Occupied Europe," in The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era, edited by Randolph Braham, Columbia University Press, New York, "Romania," in The World Reacts to the Holocaust, File Size: KB. Jean Ancel, ‘The Romanian Campaigns of Mass Murder in Transnistria, –’, The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the Antonescu Era, ed.

Randolph L. Braham (New York, The Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, City University of New York, Boulder: Social Science Monographs, ), p. n. Bibliography of the Jews in Romania. Tel Aviv: The Goldstein-Goren Centre for the history of the Jews in Romania, REF DS R7 A6 Braham, Randolph L.

The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era. Colombia University Press, YIVO Braham, Randolph L. The Tragedy of Romanian Jewry. Romanian authorities from whom thousands of Jews needed saving. Certainly, such an acknowledgement would have questioned the official patriotic propaganda on this dark chapter of Romanian history.

The only book written on the role of Romanian rescuers was authored by a Romanian Jew, Marius Mircu, and published in Romanian in Tel Aviv. The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era, ed.

by Randolph L. Braham. (East European monographs ; no. ) Boulder: Social Science Monographs ; New York: Distributed by Columbia University Press,p.

ISBN: USHMM Library. The destruction of Romanian and Hungarian [i.e. Ukrainian] Jews during the Antonescu era / edited by Randolph L.

Braham New York: Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center: City University of New York, Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and Social Science Monographs ; Boulder ; New York: Distributed.

an outstanding book, The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era (New York ), and dealt a devastating blow to the Romanian historians who cluster around the journal Romania Mare.

In Braham's volume one can find an important article by Jean Ancel (the most. 'Gerlach argues that the destruction of European Jews cannot be fully understood in isolation from other acts of mass violence by Germans and non-Germans This ambitious book certainly does not simplify its subject matter, yet its revisionism is a necessary task undertaken responsibly and usefully Highly recommended.

All levels/libraries.'Cited by: 5. The book received the Barbara Jelavich Award from the American The Destruction of the Romanian and Ukrainian Jews During the. 5 Antonescu Era (Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, CUNY, and East European Monographs, Boulder, distributed .Antonescu is largely overlooked by historians in the West and is a political football in both communist and post-communist era Romanian politics.

Romania entered the war on the side of the Axis Powers playing a supporting role in Germany's invasion of Russia and then, once the tide had turned and the Red Army was threatening Bucharest, they 4/5.“ The Romanian Campaigns of Mass Murder in Transnistria, –” In Randolph Braham, ed.

The Destruction of Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu Era. Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 87 – ———.