Table of contents for Greece : a Jewish history / K. E. Fleming.

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Contents
1-	Introduction
 SECTION I: INDEPENDENCE AND EXPANSION
2-	After Independence: ¿Old Greece¿
3-	¿New¿ Greece: Greek Territorial Expansion 
	SECTION II: ¿THE SEPHARDIC REPUBLIC¿¿ SALONICA 
4-	Salonica to 1912
5-	From unification to Lausanne: 1912-1923
	SECTION III: NORMALIZATION to DESTRUCTION
6-	Interwar Greece: Jews under Venizelos and Metaxas 
7-	Occupation and Deportation, 1941-43
	SECTION IV: ¿THE GREEKS¿: GREEK JEWS BEYOND GREECE
8-	Auschwitz-Birkenau
9-	Trying to Find Home: Jews in Post-War Greece
10-	Hellenized at Last: Greek Jews in Palestine / Israel
11-	Conclusion
Illustrations
Cover: Levitros¿ Greatest Hits, Volume II. Permission Azulai Brothers Productions, Israel.
Figure 1-1: Left, Hyman Genee, New York City, 2001; right, Hyman Genee at his Bar-Mitzvah, New York, 1935. Permission Kehila Kedosha Janina, New York.
Figure 1-2: Acham Ezra, Rabbi of Kehila Kedosha Janina, New York, 1880¿s-1925. Permission Kehila Kedosha Janina, New York. 
Figure 3-1: The Expansion of the Greek State, 1832-1947. Permission Cambridge University Press (UK). From Richard Clogg, A Concise History of Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992): p. 43. Permission Cambridge University Press.
Figure 6-1: Members of the ¿Koen Battalion,¿ Salonica, Greece, 1940. Permission Kehila Kedosha Janina, New York.
Figure 6-2: Mordechai Frizis and his wife, Victoria Costi. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece. 
Figure 6-3: German army invasion of Greece, April 7, 1941. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. 
Figure 7-1: Jewish family, Hania, Crete, Ca. 1900. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece. 
Figure 7-2: Yellow cloth stars and ID cards issued to David and Luna Capon in Salonica on 21 February, 1943, in order to identify them as Jews. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece. 
Figure 7-3: Roundup of Jewish men, Eleftheria Square, Salonica, July 11, 1942. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece. 
Figure 7-4: Above, the site of the ruined Jewish cemetery of Thessaloniki, with its 500 year old tombstones, broken into pieces. In the foreground, several of the tombstones have been used to line a swimming pool for the German Forces. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece. Below, the ruins of the Jewish cemetery, Salonica, 1945. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. 
Figure 7-5: Snapshot taken by an unidentified person, showing the transfer of the Jews of Didimoticho to Alexandropoulis in 1943. From there they were deported to Treblinka and Auschwitz by the Nazis and the Bulgarians. Permission of Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece.
Figure 7-6: Occupied Athens, 1941: the Nazi Flag flying over the Acropolis. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece.
Figure 7-7: Louis Cohen, ELAS partisan known under the nom de guerre ¿Kapetan Kronos,¿ photographed in Elefsina, October 1944. Permission Photographic Archive, the Jewish Museum of Greece.
Figure 7-8: Emmanuel DeCastro and his youngest daughter, Rochelle. Jannina, Greece, ca. 1940. Rochelle was the only member of the family to survive the war. Permission Kehila Kedosha Janina, New York. 
Figure 8-1: A woman and a girl embark on a deportation train. Thrace, Greece, March 3 or 4, 1943. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. 
Figure 9-1: Jews hidden in Christian homes, collected after the war by the welfare squad. Greece, 1945/46. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. 
Figure 9-2: Ten couples getting married in the Zionist Hakhshara. Athens, Greece, 1946. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. 
Figure 9-3: Salonican Jews celebrate the declaration of independence of the State of Israel. Salonica, Greece, 1948. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. 
Figure 10-1: Back cover of Levitros Greatest Hits, Vol. II. Permission Azulai Brothers Productions, Israel. 
Figure 10-2: Spectators at the Trial of Adolf Eichmann. Permission Film and Photo Archive, Yad Vashem, Jerusalem

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Greece -- History -- 20th century.
Jews -- Greece -- History -- 21st century.
Greece -- Ethnic relations.