Predsodki o Judih med prvo svetovno vojno
PREJUDICE ABOUT JEWS DURING WORLD WAR I
The following contribution describes the anti-Semitism spreading among soldiers and civilians in the hinterlands of the Austro-Hungarian battlefields. On the basis of the analysis of selected examples from diaries and memorial documents, reflecting many stereotypes and prejudices, the author presents the basic characteristics of anti-Semitism during the war. The war between 1914 and 1918 made a permanent impact on the human relations and thinking, and it definitely changed the life in the European space. It also influenced the attitude to the Jewish population and the formation of anti-Jewish prejudice.
Copyright (c) 2015 Marko Štepec
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