The Stolen Narrative of the Bulgarian Jews and the Holocaust by Jacky Comforty, Martha Aladjem Bloomfield
Lexington Studies in Jewish Literature
Foreword: Omer Bartov
The Stolen Narrative of the Bulgarian Jews and the Holocaust shares a complex tapestry of voices of memories previously underrepresented, ignored and denied. An alternative perspective that includes stolen, silenced, but now reclaimed Jewish narrative based on our peoples’ experiences. It contextualizes and personalizes our history, reconstructs the puzzle, praises those who helped the Jews and shares their exemplary acts of humanity for future generations.
Year first published: 2021
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