Footnotes to chapter 16


[(1)]. Aharon Rabinowicz, 'The Jewish Minority' in The Jews of Czechoslovakia, vol. 1, p. 247; and Gustav Fleischmann, 'The Religious Congregation, 1918-1938' in The Jews of Czechoslovakia, p. 273.

[(2)]. Yeshayahu Jelinek, 'The Swoboda Army Legend: Concealed Realities', Soviet Jewish Affairs (May 1980), pp. 76-7.

[(3)]. J .W. Brugel, 'Jews in Political Life', The Jews in Czechoslavakia, vol. 11,


[(4)]. Solomon Goldelman, 'The Jews in the new Czecho-Slovakia', Contemporary Jewish Record (January 1939)' p. 13.

[(5)]. Bela Vago, 'Popular Front in the Balkans: Failure in Hungary and Rumania', Journal of Contemporary History, vol. V, no. 3 (1970), p. 115.

[(6)]. Bela Vago, 'The Jewish Vote in Rumania between the two World Wars', Jewish Journal of Sociology (December 1972),p. 241.

[(7)]. 'Diaspora', Labor Zionist Newsletter (15 November 1935), p. 12.

[(8)]. William Perl, The Four Front War, p. 349.


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