The Popes against the Jews : the Vatican's role in the rise of modern anti-semitism / David I. Kertzer.

By: Kertzer, David I, 1948-Publication details: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2001Edition: 1st edDescription: vii, 355 p. ; 25 cmISBN: 0375406239Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Relations -- Judaism | Judaism -- Relations -- Catholic Church | Christianity and antisemitism | Papacy -- History
Contents:
pt. 1. Keeping Jews in their place -- 1. A missed opportunity -- 2. Forced baptism -- 3. The ghetto -- 4. Ritual murder makes a comeback -- 5. The end of an era -- pt. 2. The Church and the rise of modern anti-semitism -- 6. The Catholic press -- 7. Jewish vampires -- 8. France -- 9. Austria -- 10. Race -- 11. Ritual murder and the Popes in the twentieth century -- pt. 3. On the eve of the Holocaust -- 12. A future Pope in Poland -- 13. Antechamber to the Holocaust.
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Includes biblioraphical references (p. 299-344) and index.

pt. 1. Keeping Jews in their place -- 1. A missed opportunity -- 2. Forced baptism -- 3. The ghetto -- 4. Ritual murder makes a comeback -- 5. The end of an era -- pt. 2. The Church and the rise of modern anti-semitism -- 6. The Catholic press -- 7. Jewish vampires -- 8. France -- 9. Austria -- 10. Race -- 11. Ritual murder and the Popes in the twentieth century -- pt. 3. On the eve of the Holocaust -- 12. A future Pope in Poland -- 13. Antechamber to the Holocaust.