This bilingual (Polish-English) annual journal is dedicated to the history of the Jewish community in 20th-century Poland, preserving the memory of Polish Jews and presenting the complexity of Polish-Jewish relations. As intended by the editors, the periodical serves as a forum for the exchange of current findings in the field of Jewish studies by researchers from various academic centres.
The third issue of Polish-Jewish Studies focuses primarily on Polish-Jewish relations under the German occupation during World War II. German anti-Jewish policy, the Holocaust and the consequences thereof are issues that continue to absorb many researchers worldwide. As always, Polish-Jewish Studies contains reviews of important publications related to Polish-Jewish issues.
The third volume of the periodical is available below, as well as in an electronic version in the Library.