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					                            THE JEWS OF HUNGARY
                              Tradition and Conflict
                                 A Bibliography

Bitton, L. E., “Zionism in Hungary: The First Twenty-Five Years”, in R. Patai (ed.),
        Herzl Year Book, vol. VII, New York, 1971

Braham, R. L., The Destruction of Hungarian Jewry: A Documentary Account, New
York, 1963, 2 vols.

---, “’Legitimism’, Zionism, and the Jewish Catastrophe in Hungary”, in Patai, R.,
(ed.), Herzl Year Book, vol. VI, New York, 1964-1965

---, (ed.), Hungarian-Jewish Studies, vol. I, New York, 1966; vol. II, New
         York,1969; vol. III, New York, 1973 [Essays and articles on verious aspects of
         Hungarian Jewish history]
         The following articles, in the order they appear, are a selection:
Vol. I Marton, E., “The Family Tree of Hungarian Jewry”, pp. 1-59
         Laszlo, E., “Hungarian Jewry: Settlement and Demography, 1735-38 to 1910”,
         pp. 61-136
         Kazburg, N., “Hungarian Jewry in Modern Times, Political and Social
         Aspects”, pp. 137-170
         Carmilly-Weinberger, M., “Hebrew Poetry in Hungary”, pp. 295-342
Vol. II Katzburg, N., “The Jewish Congress in Hungary, 1868-1869”, pp. 1-33
         Végházi, I., “The Role of Jewry in the Economic Life of Hungary”, pp. 35-84
         Balla, E., “Yhe Jews of Hungary: A Cultural Overview”, pp. 85-136
         László, E., “Hungary’sJewry: A Demographic Overview, 1918-1945”, pp.
         137-182

---, (ed.), The Tragedy of Hungarian Jewry: Essays, Documents, Depositions, Boulder
         and New York, 1966

---, The Politics of Genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary, 2 vols., New York, 1981

---, The Hungarian Jewish Catastrophe: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography, New
        York, 1984

Carmilly-Weinberger, M. (ed.), The Rabbinical Seminary of Budapest, New York,
       1986 [A collection of articles]

Cole, T., Holocaust City, The Making of a Jewish Ghetto, New York and London,
       2003 [The formation of the Jewish Ghetto in Budapest in World War II]

Fischer, J., “Hungary”, in Robinson, N. (ed.), European Jewry Ten Years After the
       War, New York, 1956

Handler, A., Blood Libel at Tiszaeszlár, Boulder and New York, 1980

---, (ed.), The Holocaust in Hungary: An Anthology of Jewish Response, Alabama,
         1982
Katz, J., A House Divided, Orthodoxy and Schism in Nineteenth-Century Central
        European Jewry, Trans. Brody, Z., Hanover and London, 1998 [Specially
        chap. II]

Katzburg, N., “The Hungarian Jewish Situation in the Late 1930s”, Annual of Bar
      Ilan University Studies in Judaica and the Humanities, Ramat Gan, 1977, pp.
      73-99

---, Hungary and the Jews, Policy and Legislation 1920-1943, Ramat Gan,
        1981

Komoróczy, G. (ed.), with three other authors, Jewish Budapest, Monuments, Rites,
     History, Budapest, 1999

McCagg, W. O., Jewish Nobles and Geniuses in Modern Hungary, Boulder, 1972

Patai, R., Apprentice in Budapest, Salt Lake City, 1988

---, The Jews of Hungary, History, Culture, Psychology, Detroit, 1996

Perlman, R., Bridging Three Worlds: Hungarian-Jewish Americans 1848-1914,
      Amherst, Mass,, 1991

Schreiber, A., Jewish Inscriptions in Hungary, From the 3rd Century to 1686,
       Budapest and Leiden, 1983

Silber, M. K. (ed.), Jews in the Hungarian Economy 1760-1945, Jerusalem, 1992
        [Collection of articles]

Sugar, P. F. (ed.), A History of Hungary, Bloomington and Indianapolis, 1990
       [The following articles, listed in a chronological order, contain information on
       Hungarian Jewry]:
       Makkai, L. , “Hungary before the Hungarian Conquest”
       ---, “The Hungarians’ Prehistory”
       ---, “The Foundation of the Hungarian Christian State”
       Bak, J., “The Late Medieval Period, 1382-1526”
       Engel, P., “The Age of the Angevins (1301-1382)”
       Sugar, P. F., “The Principality of Transylvania”
       Szakály, F., “The Early Ottoman Period, Including Royal Hungary, 1526-
       1606”
       Péter, K., “The Later Ottoman Period and Royal Hungary, 1606-1711”
       Haselsteiner, H., “Cooperation and Confrontation between Rulers and the
       Noble Estates, 1711-1790”
       Barany, G., “The Age of Royal Absolutism, 1790-1848”
       Somogyi, É., “The Age of Neoabsolutism, 1849-1867”
       Tibor, F., “Hungary and the Dual Monarchy, 1867-1890”
       Jeszensky, G., “Hungary through World War I and the End of the Dual
       Monarchy”
       Tilkowsky, L., “The Late Interwar Years and World War II”