pubblicato da Cambridge University Press
Jaclyn Granick reveals the untold story of how American Jews reinvented modern humanitarianism during the Great War and rebuilt Jewish life in Jewish homelands. She provides insights into the origins of American Jewish philanthropy and politics and its implications for understanding modern humanitarianism as a whole.
Editore Cambridge University Press
Formato Paperback / softback
Isbn o codice id 9781108816830 9781108816830
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