Description: For more than a thousand years the Jews have been objects of prejudice, hatred, bloody persecutions and massacres. Even today, despite the horrors of Hitler's holocaust, groups of neo-Nazis continue to form.
In this well illustrated volume, historian Robert Finzi looks at the religious origins of this prejudice and investigates how anti-Semitism has spread even in secular, educated societies. The hook provides a succinct history of the most significant expressions of modern anti-Semitism from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day.
By Roberto Finzi
(127 Pages)Publisher: Interlink Publishing Group , 1999