Studying totalitarianism requires the examination of the extermination of Jews, and although this subjects has enjoyed much academic attention in recent years, there are many issues which still require a deeper analysis and which we strive to present in this yearbook. The present volume also makes reference to the “Jews in the General Government in the years 1939–1945” and “German terror in the northern communes of the General Government in the years 1939–1945” projects undertaken by the Center for Totalitarian Studies. This volume includes articles mainly concerning Nazi German policies with regard to Jews in occupied Poland and the territories incorporated into the Third Reich, Jewish-Polish relations, the survival strategies (self-defence) of Jews, and the consequences of the Holocaust.
Grzegorz Berendt, Paweł Kaczorowski, Marek Kornat, Hanna Kuczyńska, Stephan Lehnstaedt, Piotr Madajczyk, Joanna Nowakowska-Małusecka, Tadeusz Panecki, Alexandra Richie, Paweł Skibiński
Martyna Rusiniak-Karwat, Mateusz Fałkowski, Marcin Panecki, Jerzy Rohoziński, Witold Stankowski, Monika Giemeła (sekretarz redakcji), Joanna Adamczyk (redaktor prowadzący)
Olga Barbasiewicz, Adrianna Bartnik, Grzegorz Bębnik, Zbigniew Romek, Tadeusz Rutkowski, Paweł Skibiński, Jakub Tyszkiewicz, Joshua Zimmerman
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