HIS1285ZimMidRev1

Jews were viewed as unnecessary aliens although this

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Unformatted text preview: esponses to the plan, while the Bund and Agudat Yisrael were very opposed. [The struggle between the various factions of the Zionist movement are explained in greater detail at the end of Chapter 1 of Contested Memories, but EK”ML (Ein Kan Makom L’Harich) I also don’t think that it is so critical.] B. The Press said that these plans promoted A.S. feelings IV. Conclusions A. The issues of the different plans seem to take a back-seat, in terms of historical importance, to the new Anti-Semitic attitude forming in Poland during this time. Jews were viewed as unnecessary aliens. Although this cannot be viewed as the only reason behind the fate of Polish Jewry, it can be seen a important harbinger for Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com HIS1285ZimMidRev1.pdf Page 11 of 12 HIS 1285 – The Holocaust Professor Zimmerman Fall 2003 Mid...
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