Columbia University Press, New York, United States
10th Nov 1989
w 120mm h 200mm d 19mm
This important study on the history of Warsaw stresses the importance of Warsaw's duality as a great Polish and great Jewish city with its corollary significance in the nature and evolution of Polish nationalism and anti-Semitism.
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