Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis (book)

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Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis (2014) is a collection of essays edited by Patrick Henry and published by Catholic University of America Press. Discussing Jewish resistance in German-occupied Europe, the book argues that Jews resisted Nazi rule in a variety of ways. Contributors include Yehuda Bauer and Nechama Tec. It received positive reviews.[1][2][3][4]


  1. ^ Einwohner, Rachel L. (11 August 2016). "Jewish Resistance against the Nazis". Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 30 (2): 353–355. doi:10.1093/hgs/dcw033.
  2. ^ Polner, Murray (5 December 2014). "Review of "Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis"". History News Network. Retrieved 22 February 2020.
  3. ^ Groth, Alexander (2016). "Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis by Patrick Henry". Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. 27 (1–2).
  4. ^ Dobkowski, Michael (2015). "Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis". Jewish Book Council. Retrieved 22 February 2020.