The Jewish Experience of the First World War.
By: Madigan, Edward.
Contributor(s): Reuveni, Gideon.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (349 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137548962.Subject(s): World War, 1914-1918-Jews | Jews-Social conditions-20th century | World War, 1914-1918-Social aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Jewish Experience of the First World WarDDC classification: 940.3089924 LOC classification: D1-DX301Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- The First World War and the Jews -- Part I Eastern Fronts -- Between Light and Darkness: Jewish Education in Time of War -- War Alliances and the New 'Enemies' -- Jewish Refugees in 'East' and 'West' -- Education in Wartime -- Conclusion -- Eastern Promises: Jewish Germans in the German Administration of Eastern Europe During the Great War -- The Peculiar Position of Military Rabbis on the German Eastern Front -- The General Government of Warsaw and Teaching the History of the East -- The Russian Revolution and a New East -- Unprepared for Defeat -- Conclusion -- Bread, Butter and Education: The Yiddishist Movements in Poland, 1914-1916 -- The Jewish Parties' Relief and Welfare Activities -- The Jewish Parties' Cultural and Educational Activities -- Conclusion -- War and Nationalism in Palestine: The Jewish Migration Committee in the Galilee During the First World War -- The Jewish Population in Palestine During the War -- The Jewish Community in the Galilee on the Eve of the First World War -- The Expulsion of Jaffa-Tel Aviv -- The Jewish Migration Committee in the Galilee -- The Deportees in Damascus -- Conclusion -- Towards a Consolidation of Zionist National Consciousness in Palestine During the First World War: A Local Urban Perspective -- The New Yishuv in Palestine's Cities on the Eve of the War -- The Leadership of Aid Initiatives in the Cities: Image and Reality -- Zionist Leadership and the Evolution of National Consciousness During the War -- Defining Social Boundaries -- Conclusion -- Part II Western Fronts -- A Mixed Bag of Loyalties: Jewish Soldiers, Ethnic Minorities, and State-Based Contingents in the German Army, 1914-1918 -- Ethnic, Religious, and State-Based Groups in the Pre-war German Army.
Dual Loyalties in the German Army During the First World War -- Conclusion -- Between Inclusion and Exclusion: The Experiences of Jewish Soldiers in Europe and the USA, 1914-1918 -- Jewish 'Inclusion' and 'Exclusion' Under a Magnifying Glass -- The Ambiguous Character of Jewish Integration During the War -- Exclusion of a Different Kind? The 'Jew Count' from a Comparative Perspective -- The Impact of the War on the 'Jewishness' of the Jewish Soldier -- Conclusion -- Between Faith and Nation: Italian Jewish Soldiers in the Great War -- The Jewish Community and the War -- Jewish Chaplains -- Religious Holidays -- Conclusion -- 'The March of the Judeans': The London Recruits of the Jewish Battalion in the First World War -- London Jewry: A Tale of Two Cities -- Reluctant Zionists: The Jewish Battalion, 1914-1917 -- The Recruits: Motivations and Experience -- Conclusion -- Part III Post-war Memory and Commemoration -- The Female Side of War: The Experience and Memory of the Great War in Italian-Jewish Women's Ego-Documents -- Between Pacifism and Interventionism: Jewish Women in Italy and the Great War -- Changing Experience in the Mirror of Wartime Correspondence -- Perceptions, Representations, and Realities of Jewish-Christian Relationships -- Remembering the Great War During Fascism -- Conclusion -- Once 'the Only True Austrians': Mobilising Jewish Memory of the First World War for Belonging in the New Austrian Nation, 1929-1938 -- The Jewish Kriegerdenkmal at the Central Cemetery -- The Austrofascist Heldendenkmal on the Heldenplatz -- Conclusion -- The Iron Shield of David: The First World War and the Creation of German-Jewish Markers of Patriotism and Memory -- Support on the Home Front-The Patriotic Act of 'Steeling' War Symbols -- Jewish Nailed Motifs -- Jewish Nailing Motifs Post-1918 -- The Rise of the Synagogue Memorial Plaque.
Placement in the Sanctuary -- Conclusion: The Attempted Destruction of a Memorial Culture -- 'Thou Hast Given Us Home and Freedom, Mother England': Anglo-Jewish Gratitude, Patriotism, and Service During and After the First World War -- Pre-war Jewish Englishness -- Anglo-Jewish Responses to the War -- English Jews and Military Service -- Wartime and Post-war Antisemitism -- Conclusion -- Index.
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