ContentsAcknowledgements viiIntroduction 1Objectives, Terminology and Approach 9The Public Image of the ‘Jew’ during the War 14Czechs and Slovaks Picture Each Other 17The ‘Jew’ and 1938 19Film 23‘Kohn Greets Sara’: Radio Waves and the Image of the Jew 27Metaphors and Allegories of the ‘Jew’ in the Press 39The ‘Jew’ in the Popular Opinion 60Collaboration in the Protectorate and Slovakia 62Methodology 79The Regime in the Protectorate and in ‘Independent’ Slovakia 88Robbery 93The Breaking Point 99Return of the Jews 113The ‘Jew’ as a Reminder 123Tales of Suffering 128‘We Know That You Are Not Guilty!’: Origins of the Postwar Myths 132Heroes and Cowards 138Collaboration and Guilt 150Jews as Collaborators 153When They Write ‘Zionist’, They Mean ‘Jew’ 169Czechoslovakia and Zionism until the Communist Takeover 172Zionism as a Progressive Force? 183The ‘Jew’ as a Zionist 192Zionist Conspiracy with a ‘Human Face’ 212Conclusion 238Bibliography 243Index 267

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