Socialism in Yiddish : The Jewish Labor Bund in Sweden (häftad)
Format
Häftad
Språk
Engelska
Serie
Södertörn Academic Studies (del 87)
Antal sidor
187
Utgivningsdatum
2022-01-03
Upplaga
1
Förlag
Södertörns högskola
Originaltitel
Socialism på jiddisch : Judiska Arbeter Bund i Sverige
Illustrationer
Color illustrations
Dimensioner
227 x 153 x 11 mm
Vikt
322 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1423:Standard Color 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9789189109902
Socialism in Yiddish : The Jewish Labor Bund in Sweden (häftad)

Socialism in Yiddish : The Jewish Labor Bund in Sweden

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Opposition became the Bund"s condition of existence, but not opposi-tion for its own sake. The Bund was founded on the conviction that the "Jewish question" could only be resolved through the liberation of the international working class from all forms of oppression on its way to establishing a world of equality, welfare and democracy without borders - a socialist social order. There, the broad strata of the population would rule, rather than capitalist elites or communist party apparatchiks.

The Bund was one of the losers of history. The once deeply-rooted move-ment was crushed during terror and genocide, dispersed into exile, driven into its shell by overpowering political forces and undermined by assimi-lation as time wore on and the world changed. The following story is about that process at the micro-level, in a place on the edge of the world.

In this unique account Håkan Blomqvist relates a largely unknown chapter in both the historiography of the Swedish labor movement and in Swedish-Jewish history, that of the non-Zionist Jewish Arbeter Bund among refugees in Sweden during and after World War II.

Håkan Blomqvist is associate professor in history at Södertörn University and author of several respected books on the Swedish labor movement, nationalism and antisemitism.
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Hkan Blomqvist is associate professor in history at Sdertrn University and author of several respected books on the Swedish labor movement, nationalism and antisemitism.

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socialism in yiddish - the jewish labor bund in sweden .................................................... 9

introduction .............................................................................................................................13

background .............................................................................................................................19

the bund mishpokhe - the family ........................................................................................... 43

the party.................................................................................................................................. 55

politics .....................................................................................................................................69

activities in sweden .................................................................................................................105

ordeals .................................................................................................................................... 121

the decay ................................................................................................................................ 129

on the side of the west ........................................................................................................... 141

the split ................................................................................................................................... 147

the end ................................................................................................................................... 151

afterwards ............................................................................................................................... 161

sources and literature ............................................................................................................. 175

personal register ..................................................................................................................... 183