“Judeo-Communism”: A Jewish or Polish phenomenon?

Wycinek z apelu Komitetu Centralnego Komunistycznej Partii Polski, Warszawa, listopad 1931.
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Due to its internationalist ideals of equality, the communist movement became one of few areas in which Jews and Poles were able to cooperate – not out of necessity but because of shared convictions and beliefs. The question is, however, was cooperation indeed the case.

Lecture by Dr. Joanna Nalewajko-Kulikov, historian, associate professor at the Historical Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, associated with the Jewish Historical Institute and POLIN Museum.

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