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Titel: Travel Guide to Jewish Europe, A: Third ...
Verlag: Pelican Publishing
Einband: Soft cover
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New chapters on the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland allow this updated book to combine practical travel information, intriguing stories, and an enlightening investigation into the Jewish contributions to European history.
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"Whether you are off to Europe or an armchair traveler, [this] is a wonderful and informative companion for travel in the Jewish world."
--Ari Goldman, author of The Search for God at Harvard
"Fascinating, highly readable, well organized, and full of interesting anecdotes. It's invaluable not only for the Jewish traveler but also for the general traveler who just happens to be Jewish."
--Geoffrey Weill, travel expert and president of Weill Associates
"More than a guidebook--it is a fascinating, candid, and ultimately uplifting testament to the enduring spirit of a people."
--San Francisco Examiner
"Significant reading for Jews who want to know more about their fellow Jews around the world."
--The Jewish Weekly News
"Full of interesting tidbits."
--The New York Times
World War II left many scars on the face of Europe, including the ugly scar it left on the Jewish people. More than five decades later, an abundance of Jewish institutions and cultural activities endures in a world that goes back more than two thousand years--Jewish Europe.
A Travel Guide to Jewish Europe will introduce readers to areas that survived the devastating effects of the war. It will also guide first-time and experienced European travelers to local Jewish customs, neighborhoods, and historical sites. From kosher dining in France to memorials in Scandinavia, and with chapters on the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland, this guide combines practical travel information--especially for those seeking their roots--intriguing stories, and an enlightening investigation into the Jewish contributions to European history.
Ben G. Frank, a journalist and a consultant to airlines and tourist offices, is president of the Frank Promotion Group. A member of numerous international press organizations, he has published articles in magazines and newspapers worldwide and is known as one of the most authoritative travel writers on Jewish communities and culture. Frank also is the author of A Travel Guide to Jewish Russia & Ukraine, published by Pelican.
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