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Jews and their neighbours in Eastern Europe since 1750Yiśraʼel Barṭal, Antony Polonsky and Scott Ury
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Counters the traditional image of Jews being in a permanent state of conflict with their eastern European neighbors by exploring neglected aspects of inter-group interaction, focusing on commonalities, reciprocal influence, and exchange.