Jews in Arab Countries: The Great Uprooting

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One- The Gradual Erosion of Tradition, 1850–1914 9
  • 1- "Barbaric Lands" 11
  • 2- Colonized 84
  • 3- From the Enlightenment to the Alliance 129
  • 4- Jewish "Subjects" 157
  • Part Two- The Disintegration of a World, 1914–1975 191
  • Section One the Echo of the Great War, 1914–1939 193
  • 5- "A New Jewish Man"? 195
  • 6- Between Europeans and Arabs Finding a Space? 228
  • 7- The 1930s Years of Tension 255
  • 8- A Turn for the Worse 296
  • Section Two Shock and Collapse, 1939–1975 307
  • 9- In the Wake of War, 1939–1945 309
  • 10- The Turning Point, 1945–1949 349
  • 11- Captive Communities from 1948 To the 1960s 387
  • 12- Flight 435
  • 13- The Final Act 467
  • Appendix 475
  • Bibliography 479
  • Index 489
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