Istoria evreilor din România și Ungaria (1945-1953) în istoriografia română și maghiară (The history of the Jews from Romania and Hungary (1945-1953) in the Romanian and Hungarian historical writing- doctoral thesis, University of Oradea, 2013)

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Anca Oltean

University of Oradea - Faculty of History, International Relations, Political Sciences and Communication Sciences (IRISPSC)

Date Written: January 25, 2013

Abstract

Romanian Abstract: Trebuie spus, de la început că, inițial, evreii nu s-au temut de comunism, din contră l-au văzut ca singura forță capabilă să oprească fascismul. Pentru ei, venirea Armatei Roșii a fost un moment al eliberării, punând capăt deportărilor. Curând, a devenit că și comunismul a fost un sistem impus cu forța armelor care a trimis la închisoare elitele perioadei interbelice din țările satelite ale Uniunii Sovietice. A devenit evident că Stalin era un tiran care a făcut numeroase victime. O parte a evreilor, mergând pe calea inițiată de Theodor Herzl la sfârșitul secolului al XIX-lea a dorit crearea statului lor propriu, Israel, unde au emigrat în număr considerabil când circumstanțele impuse de Uniunea Sovietică au permis acest lucru.

English Abstract: It must be said, from the very beginning, that, initially the Jews did not feared from communism, on the contrary they perceived it as the single force capable to stop the fascism. For them, the coming of the Red Army was a moment of liberation, putting an end to deportations. Soon, it became obvious that also the communism was a system imposed with the force of arms which sent to prison the elites of the interwar world from the satellite countries of the Soviet Union. It became obvious that Stalin was a tyrant who made numerous victims. A part of the Jews, going on the path initiated by Theodor Herzl, at the end of XIX century, wished the creation of their own state, Israel, where they emigrated to a large extent when the conditions imposed by the Soviet Union allowed it.

Keywords: postwar, Romania, Hungary, Jews, communism, minority, emigration, diplomacy, historiography, community

Suggested Citation

Oltean, Anca, Istoria evreilor din România și Ungaria (1945-1953) în istoriografia română și maghiară (The history of the Jews from Romania and Hungary (1945-1953) in the Romanian and Hungarian historical writing- doctoral thesis, University of Oradea, 2013) (January 25, 2013). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3259122 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3259122

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