Christianity and the holocaust of Hungarian Jewry

Preface and acknowledgments -- 1. The preparatory years -- Introduction -- Background -- The blood libel of Tisza Eszlar -- The Catholic people's party -- The revolutions and the white terror -- The Catholic press -- The "numerus clausus" law -- The consolidation of the twenties and t...

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Main Author: Hertsel, Mosheh Y.
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: New York, N.Y NYU Press 2012
In:Year: 1993
Further subjects:B Christianity and antisemitism
B Jews (Hungary) History
B Hungary
B Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) (Hungary)
B Antisemitism
B History
B Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
B RELIGION ; Judaism ; History
B Jews
B Hungary Ethnic relations
B Antisemitism (Hungary) History
B Electronic books
B Ethnic Relations
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Summary:Preface and acknowledgments -- 1. The preparatory years -- Introduction -- Background -- The blood libel of Tisza Eszlar -- The Catholic people's party -- The revolutions and the white terror -- The Catholic press -- The "numerus clausus" law -- The consolidation of the twenties and the Christian antisemitism of the thirties -- Popular antisemitism of the thirties -- Cross movements and the Arrow-Cross party -- Conclusion -- 2. Anti-Jewish legislation -- Introduction -- The first anti-Jewish act -- The Eucharistic convention -- In the wake of the act's adoption -- The second anti-Jewish act -- The debate in the upper House: the stand of church leaders -- Extra-parliamentary activity during and after the debate on the second anti-Jewish act -- The demand for additional anti-Jewish legislation -- The third anti-Jewish act -- The Labor Battalions Act -- The Jewish Religion Status-Lowering Act -- The Jewish Estates Expropriation Act -- The Kallay Proposal for the expulsion of the Jews from Hungary -- Conclusion -- 3. 1944 -- Introduction -- The expulsion -- Who carried out the expulsion? -- Priestly activity -- The Shepherds' Epistles -- A quarter of a million Budapest Jews- Trapped -- Hungarian initiatives -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Index
Preface and acknowledgments -- 1. The preparatory years -- Introduction -- Background -- The blood libel of Tisza Eszlar -- The Catholic people's party -- The revolutions and the white terror -- The Catholic press -- The "numerus clausus" law -- The consolidation of the twenties and the Christian antisemitism of the thirties -- Popular antisemitism of the thirties -- Cross movements and the Arrow-Cross party -- Conclusion -- 2. Anti-Jewish legislation -- Introduction -- The first anti-Jewish act -- The Eucharistic convention -- In the wake of the act's adoption -- The second anti-Jewish act -- The debate in the upper House: the stand of church leaders -- Extra-parliamentary activity during and after the debate on the second anti-Jewish act -- The demand for additional anti-Jewish legislation -- The third anti-Jewish act -- The Labor Battalions Act -- The Jewish Religion Status-Lowering Act -- The Jewish Estates Expropriation Act -- The Kallay Proposal for the expulsion of the Jews from Hungary -- Conclusion -- 3. 1944 -- Introduction -- The expulsion -- Who carried out the expulsion? -- Priestly activity -- The Shepherds' Epistles -- A quarter of a million Budapest Jews- Trapped -- Hungarian initiatives -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Index
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:0814735207