The Place of Polish Jewry in a Russian Jewish Museum: The Case of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow

Natan Meir

Abstrakt

This article seeks to explain and evaluate coverage of early modern Polish Jewry in the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow. The author describes his own role in the development of the museum’s galleries and explains, with reference to the historiography of East European Jewry, the decision-making process behind choices made with regard to Polish-Jewish history.

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