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eBook Wine and Thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish Life in Hungary : The History of Abaujszanto (Sara F. Yoseloff Memorial Publications in Judaism and Jewish A) ePub

by Zahava Szasz Stessel

  • ISBN: 0838635458
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Zahava Szasz Stessel
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr; 1St Edition edition (June 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 341
  • ePub book: 1496 kb
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The area is noted for its Tokay wine, which Abaujszanto's Jewish merchants were instrumental in making internationally . The author analyzes more than two centuries (1738-1950) of Jewish history

The area is noted for its Tokay wine, which Abaujszanto's Jewish merchants were instrumental in making internationally famous. The town's history illustrates the drama of Hungarian Jewry. One of the thematic chapters focuses on the kehilla (Jewish congregation) by discussing its religious and social functions. The author analyzes more than two centuries (1738-1950) of Jewish history. Abaujszanto is a picturesque town situated in northeastern Hungary amid vineyards and apple trees, with a cobble-stoned main street. The area is noted for its Tokay wine, which Abaujszanto's Jewish merchants were instrumental in making internationally famous.

Zahava Szasz Stessel. This fascinating and personal study traces the history of the Jewish settlement of Abaujszanto between 1738 and 1950 as it was shaped by major political events. Wine and Thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish Life in Hungary : The History of Abaujszanto (Sara F. Yoseloff Memorial Publications in Judaism and Jewish a). ISBN. 0838635458 (ISBN13: 9780838635452).

Wine and Thorns in Tokay Valley : Jewish Life in Hungary - The History of Aba?jsz?nt? by Zahava Sz Stessel. Aba jsz nt is a picturesque town situated in northeastern Hungary amid vineyards and apple trees, with a cobblestoned main street. The area is noted for its Tokay wine, which Aba jsz nt 's Jewish merchants were instrumental in making internationally famous.

Sara F. Yoseloff memorial publications in Judaism and Jewish affairs. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 318-329) and index. Geographic Name: Abaújszántó (Hungary) Ethnic relations. Rubrics: Jews Hungary Abaújszántó History. ISBN: 3631495269 Author: Bernhard, Armin.

This fascinating and personal study traces the history of the Jewish settlement of Abaujszanto between 1738 and 1950 as it was shaped by major political events. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.

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For more information about the history and destruction of Abaújszántó's Jewish community, see Wine and Thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish Life in Hungary; The History of Abaújszántó (Fairleigh Dickenson University Press, 1995) by Zahava Szász Stessel, a Holocaust survivor from.

For more information about the history and destruction of Abaújszántó's Jewish community, see Wine and Thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish Life in Hungary; The History of Abaújszántó (Fairleigh Dickenson University Press, 1995) by Zahava Szász Stessel, a Holocaust survivor from Abaújszántó. As to the large memorial in the Avas Hill cemetery pictured above, Stessel notes: "In 1948 the names of Holocaust victims were verified and inscribed with gold letters on a black memorial tablet. It was placed on the southern wall of the synagogue's entrance hall.

Wine and thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish life in Hungary : the history of Abaújszántó, by Zahava Szász Stessel, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1995, p. 50-51. a b c Mahler, Rafael. From the near and far past". Some information about the history of the Jews of Koło

Wine and thorns in Tokay Valley: Jewish life in Hungary : the history of Abaújszántó, by Zahava Szász Stessel, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1995, p. Some information about the history of the Jews of Koło. a b Rosenthal, Herman; Lipman, . Basket-Tax", Jewish Encyclopedia. Korobka Tax on Kraziai's Jews, Document 49-1-1362 from the Kaunas Archive.

Jews and Judaism in World History. Wine and Thorns in the Tokay Valley: Jewish Life in Hungary; The History of Abaújszántó. This book is a survey of the history of the Jewish people from biblical antiquity to the present, spanning nearly 2,500 years and traversing five continents. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1995.

This book is one of the few studies of small-town, Orthodox Jewish communities in central Europe. The author analyzes more than two centuries (1738-1950) of Jewish history.Abaujszanto is a picturesque town situated in northeastern Hungary amid vineyards and apple trees, with a cobble-stoned main street. The area is noted for its Tokay wine, which Abaujszanto's Jewish merchants were instrumental in making internationally famous. The town's history illustrates the drama of Hungarian Jewry.One of the thematic chapters focuses on the kehilla (Jewish congregation) by discussing its religious and social functions. The kehilla organization was an official tool for the government tax collection under the Habsburg rulers and was used in the deportation process of 1944.The book recounts the community's struggle and resourcefulness under the anti-Jewish laws, the steps from freedom to Auschwitz in 1944, and the disappointment after the war. The survivors returned home to find their houses occupied and their possessions taken. Requests for return of property provoked hostility as townspeople fiercely guarded their newly gained economic advantages. The author relates how denial of rights and the town's obligations to the Jewish community are evidenced as recently as 1992, when in a memorial, enacted to those who died in World War II, Abaujszanto omitted the loss of its Jewish residents. This lack of empathy with the returnees and the continuous falsification of history are the saddest chapters of post-Holocaust experience.Based on survivors' testimonies and Hungarian archival sources, Wine and Thorns provides an authentic account of Hungarian Jewish life as it was shaped by government regulations and world politics.