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[Close to four hundred thousand Jews were deported and/or exterminated from the former Romanian territories—Northern Bessarabia and Bukovina, the Regat (Old Kingdom), and Northern Transylvania—under the Antonescu and Horthy governments, leaving in 1945 only about half of the entire population of...
[Yiddish theater1 had not been a rarity in Bucharest, Romania, since Abraham Goldfaden had arrived there with his troupe in 1877. Yet, it is surprising that in the immediate aftermath of the Shoah, it was the Yiddish stage, in a country that had seen more than its share of horrors due to racial...
[Cultural memory or remembrance is a process that reflects the way a society deals with its past and is itself subject to historical change, according to Astrid Erll and Ansgar Nünning (2005, 262). The avoidance and absence of memory work also reflects on a society, its rigid thinking, and its...
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