Vol 24 (2016)

None Is Too Many and Beyond: New Research on Canada and the Jews During the 1930-1940s

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Front Matter

 
   
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Table of Contents / Table des matières

 
   
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Introduction

Introduction: Un "tsunami historiographique" laissé sans suite? / An Unquestionned "Scholarly Tsunami"?
Antoine Burgard, Rebecca Margolis
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Articles

Deux poids, deux mesures: les responsabilités respectives du Canada de langue anglaise et de langue française dans la crise des réfugiés allemands
Pierre Anctil
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Sionisme de gauche, agriculturalisme et immigration juive au Canada au lendemain de la Grande Guerre
Simon-Pierre Lacasse
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Friends with Benefits: Leon Koerner and Frederick Charles Blair, 1939-1959
Lillooet Nördlinger McDonnell
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Opening Closed Doors: Revisiting the Canadian Immigration Record (1933-1945)
Justin Comartin
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The Holocaust, Canadian Jews, and Canada’s “Good War” Against Nazism
Norman Erwin
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Sortir de l’ombre: Canadiennes juives engagées dans le mouvement d’orphelins (1947-1949)
Sheena Trimble
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Canadianising the Holocaust: Debating Canada’s National Holocaust Monument
Jason Chalmers
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The Archives Matter / Les archives importent

Introduction
Janice Rosen
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Once Is Not Enough: The Canadian Jewish Archives and other Montreal Collections Reconsidered after None Is Too Many
Janice Rosen
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Organizing Relief: A Review of the Records of the United Jewish Relief Agencies of Toronto, 1938-1953
Melissa Caza
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Documentation of the Holocaust in the Maritimes
Katherine Biggs-Craft
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Book Reviews/Comptes rendus

REVIEW: Pierre Anctil, "À chacun ses juifs : 60 éditoriaux pour comprendre la position du Devoir à l’égard des Juifs. 1910-1947"
Olivier Bérubé-Sasseville
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REVIEW: Pierre Anctil et Simon Jacobs, eds., "Les Juifs de Québec: quatre cents ans d’histoire"
Christine Chevalier-Caron
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REVIEW: Mark Celinscak, "Distance from the Belsen Heap: Allied Forces and the Liberation of a Nazi Concentration Camp"
Robert H. Abzug
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REVIEW: Hasia R. Diner, "Roads Taken: The Great Jewish Migrations to the New World and the Peddlers Who Forged the Way"
Yosef D. Robinson
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REVIEW: David Fraser, "“Honorary Protestants”: The Jewish School Question in Montreal, 1867-1997"
Roderick MacLeod
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REVIEW: Adara Goldberg, "Holocaust Survivors in Canada: Exclusion, Inclusion and Transformation, 1947-1955"
Harold Troper
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REVIEW: Na Li, "Kensington Market: Collective Memory, Public History, and Toronto’s Urban Landscape"
Jack Lipinsky
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REVIEW: John Lorinc, Michael McClelland, Ellen Scheinberg and Tatum Taylor, eds., "The Ward: The Life and Loss of Toronto’s First Immigrant Neighbourhood"
Franklin Bialystok
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REVIEW: Richard Menkis and Harold Troper, eds., "More Than Just Games: Canada and the 1936 Olympics"
David M. K. Sheinin
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REVIEW: Lillooet Nördlinger McDonnell, "Raincoast Jews: Integration in British Columbia"
Cynthia Ramsay
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REVIEW: Ira Robinson, Rivka Augenfeld and Karen Biskin, eds., "The Future of the Past: The Jewish Public Library of Montreal, 1914-2014"
Erin Corber
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Contributors/Collaborateurs

 
 
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Sources

Repositories of Canadian Jewish Archival Materials, Going from West to East
   
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