By Daniella Doron
At the tip of global warfare II, French Jews confronted a devastating demographic fact: hundreds of thousands of orphaned young children, huge numbers of single-parent families, and households in emotional and monetary misery. Daniella Doron means that after years of profession and collaboration, French Jews and non-Jews held opposite evaluations concerning the way forward for the country and the establishment of the kinfolk. on the middle of the war of words was once what was once to turn into of the kids. Doron strains rising notions in regards to the postwar relations and its function in strengthening Jewish ethnicity and French republicanism within the shadow of Vichy and the Holocaust.
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Jewish Youth and Identity in Postwar France: Rebuilding Family and Nation (The Modern Jewish Experience) by Daniella Doron