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"Gross, Jan T. Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland. Princeton, N.J.: Penguin Books, 2001"
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Gross uses this book to present an accusation of Polish complicity in the Holocaust (Gross, 34). The author effectively painted out the Jewish suffering at the hands of malicious Poles. Hence, the book reinforced the longstanding prejudices Jews have persistently harbored against the Polish people. Many critics have been leveled against the factuality of the Gross funding. However, attacking Gross’ book merely for its historiographical inadequacies is misplaced as harbor missing valuable points of the Neighbors.
The books detail the inhumane massacre that over 1600 Jewish of Jedwabne faced in the hands of Polish. The author uses the Soviet occupation as the setting to showcase how matters shifted after the invasion of German of the USSR during June 1941. As the eyewitness recounts how many town hooligans started to harass the Jews of Jedwabne beginning June 25th of 1941. Gross thus showcases how such anti-Jewish harassments collapsed on July 1941 got circumscribed in the town square by the Polish neighbors. The author paints how the Polish neighbors beaten and subjected the Jewish of Jedwabne to severe indignities. Further, Gross accounts how over 1600 Jewish of Jedwabne were ultimately moved to an adjacent barn, locked in and burnt alive.
The books describe the massacre that the Jewish went through advanced by the Polish people. The Jewish were affected by the chauvinism of the Poles who never cared for any slight humanitarian rights. The author thus anchors his investigation from the eyewitnesses who witnessed the brutal acts of Polish people against the 1600 Jewish of Jedwabne. The author further relied on the Wasserstein affidavits and single depiction to reconstruct the massacre. However, these affidavits had discrepancies that described separate massacre but the author explored them. The ‘Neighbor’ thus intended to showcase to the Poles that they were
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