The Jews and Minority Rights (1898-1919)

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The Jews and Minority Rights (1898-1919)

By Oscar I. Janowski
Columbia University Press, 1933
419 pp. $3.75

This timely study describes the modern struggle between eastern and western Jewry over their relation to the national states in which they lived. It includes the treatment of the Jewish question at the Paris Peace Conference, ending with the establishment of minority rights for Jews in Poland, Rumania, Czechoslovakia, and Austria.

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