The Resistible Rise of Antisemitism: Exemplary Cases from Russia, Ukraine, and Poland

Books by Fellows

Antisemitism emerged toward the end of the nineteenth century as a powerful political movement with broad popular appeal. It promoted a vision of the world in which a closely-knit tribe called “the Jews” conspired to dominate the globe through control of international finance at the highest levels of commerce and money lending in the towns and villages.

Laura Engelstein (Author)