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Jew, Pole, Legionary 1914–1920

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Editor & Curator

Artur Tanikowski.

Imprint

Warsaw, Poland, 2014. 175 pp., illustrations: 197 col., 46 b&w, 25 × 21.7 cm. English.

ISBN

9788393843428

Location

Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich (25 July–3 October 2014)

Description

The life and work of Jewish members of the Polish Legions, and the experiences of Jewish civilians who resided on Polish territories occupied by enemy countries. Three essays examine: Polish Jews and Polish legions in the visual culture of the period (Artur Tanikowski), Jews, Poles and the Legions (Konrad Zieliński), and Jewish political attitudes toward Polish statehood during the First World War (Marcos Silber). Particular attention paid to the figure of Leopold Gottlieb, a Polish-Jewish artist and soldier who produced hundreds of drawings depicting Legions’ commanders, his comrades in arms, and legionary life. No itemized listing.

main keywords

DRAWINGS/SKETCHESGOTTLIEB, LEOPOLDPHOTOGRAPHSPOLANDSOLDIERS (JEWISH) AND RELATED OBJECTSWORLD WAR I

minor keywords

Antisemitic images/objectsPortraitsPostersSzyk, Arthur

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