Polish Jewish Historiography between the Two Wars

Author: 
Friedman, Philip
Publication title: 
Polish Jewish Historiography between the Two Wars
Source published in: 
Jewish Social Studies, 11 (1949), 373-408.
Publishing place: 
New-York
Date: 
1949
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The article describes a number of Polish Jewry's historiographic enterprises, some of which were from Polish historians and/or other historians of the area, including references to the research project dealing with Joseph Perl's archive in Tarnopol (390-391). Among the authors discussed: Meir Balaban, Ignacy Schiper, Philip Friedman, Moses Kramer, Falik Hafner, Raphael Mahler, Emanuel Ringelblum, Martin Buber, Mark Wischnitzer, Nathan Michael Gelber, Jacob Schall, Matthias Mieses, Arieh Tartakower, Salo Baron, Reuben Feldszuh - Ben-Shem, Roman Brandstaedter, Reuben Fahn, Israel Weinlez, Simcha Katz, Nathan Eck, Henryk Ormian, Jacob Mestel, Carol Dresner, Maksymiljan Goldstein, Leibush Landau, Naphtali Weinig, Shmuel Zaynvl Pipe, Ephraim Zonenshein, David Wurm, Tulo Nussenblath, Meir Tauber, Isaschar Madfis, Salomon Czortkower, and Nachman Blumental.