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Turkey, the Jews, and the Holocaust analyzes the minority politic of the Turkish republic and the country's ambivalent policies regarding Jewish refugees and Turkish Jews living abroad. Although Turkey stayed neutral during World War II, the country's policies proved crucial for many Turkish Jews living in various European countries. By examining the fates of the Jews who lived in Turkey before the war, this comprehensive study by Corry Guttstadt shows that Turkey was far from welcoming toward Jews during the Holocaust era.
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