Table of contents for Until "the final solution" : the Jews in Belgrade 1521-1942 / Jennie Lebel ; translated from Serbian by Paul Máeunch.

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UNTIL ¿THE FINAL SOLUTION¿	I
The Jews in Belgrade 1521¿1942	i
A WORD BY THE AUTHOR	IX
TRANSLITERATION / TRANSCRIPTION	XIII
INTRODUCTION	XV
JEWS IN BELGRADE BEFORE THE OTTOMAN CONQUESTS	1
Ottoman (Turkish) Rule	2
Kendi-Gelens And Sürgüns	4
Ottoman System of Renting (Leasing)	6
FACTS ON JEWS FROM NON-JEWISH SOURCES	8
Travel Literature	8
LITERATURE OF QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (¿RESPONSAE¿)	14
JEWISH QUARTER IN BELGRADE	17
Data From Documents On Deserted Wives (Agunot)	19
Discord Between Various Texts and the Facts	22
Last Wills As Sources	24
Infringement of the Right to Privacy	26
Circulation of Promissory Notes	27
RABBIS IN BELGRADE IN THE 17TH CENTURY	29
Rabbi Meir Angel	30
Rabbi Jehuda Lerma	30
Rabbi Simcha Hacohen	31
Emissaries from the Holy Land	33
BELGRADE AND THE MESSIANIC MOVEMENT OF SHABBETAI ZVI	36
Rabbi Joseph Almosnino	38
OCCUPATION OF BELGRADE IN 1688 AND THE FATE OF BELGRADE JEWS	40
Funds for the Redemption of Prisoners	41
Contributions of the Jewish Communities	43
Joseph Ibn-Danon: ¿Three Tendrils of Vine¿	44
Moshe Hacohen: ¿The Writer¿s Pen¿	45
Shelomo Munian from Belgrade	50
Nehemiah Hiya Hayon	51
BELGRADE FROM 1690 TO 1739	53
Hans or Courtyards?	55
RABBIS IN THE 18TH CENTURY	59
Rabbis Shemuel Pinto and Yitzhak Bachar-Moshe	59
Rabbi Benjamin Zeev Yaffe Margaliot	59
Rabbis Levy Yitzhak Jerushalmi and Morenu	61
Rabbi Nathan Ginzburg	64
Rabbi Shelomo Salem	64
Rabbi David Pardo	66
Rabbis Azriel Ben Jechiel and Joshua Ben Azriel Magresso	67
Rabbi David Chaim Pinto	68
FIRST SERBIAN UPRISING AND THE JEWS	69
SECOND SERBIAN UPRISING AND THE FIRST REIGN OF PRINCE MILO¿	72
Rabbi Abraham Ben Yitzhak Pardo	72
PRINCE MILO¿ AND THE JEWS	75
Rabbi Reuben Baruch	78
Rabbi Joseph Ben Yitzhak Finzi	78
¿DEFENDERS OF THE CONSTITUTION¿	80
Accusations of ¿Ritual Murders¿	81
Anti-Jewish Laws	82
Applications, Complaints, Petitions¿	84
Treaty of Paris	90
Prince Milo¿¿ Second Reign	94
Prince Milo¿¿s Decree	97
After the Death of Prince Milo¿	98
ALLIANCE ISRAELITE UNIVERSELLE	100
Interventions	101
Rabbi Raphael Joseph Ben Meir Sasson	103
Bombing of Belgrade in 1862	103
Rabbi Jehuda Zeev Weinberger	105
AFTER THE RETURN OF THE REFUGEES	108
¿Svetovid¿ Incites Against The Jews	112
Violation of the ¿Capitulations¿	113
Murders In ¿abac	115
Attempts of Emigration to Eretz Israel	120
Attacks of the Belgrade Press	123
Consuls¿ Interventions	125
Pamphlet by Dr. Michael Rosen	126
Jews Become Subject to Military Conscription	131
Treatment of Foreign Subjects	132
Expulsions from the Provinces in 1876¿1878	134
Peace Agreement of March 1st, 1877	135
Second Serbian-Turkish War	135
Persecutions Continue	136
In the ¿Newly Acquired Regions¿	136
QUESTION OF SERBIA¿S INDEPENDENCE AT THE CONGRESS OF BERLIN IN JUNE 1878	138
From The Congress of Berlin Until the 1888 Constitution: Implementation of the Congress Decisions	141
Jews of Belgrade Assist Refugees from Russia	144
Physicians and the Jewish Question	144
Anti-Jewish Literature	147
SUBSTITUTE RABBIS AND RABBIS UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY	151
Jacob Ben Shalom Kalderon:	151
Abraham Ben Jacob Eliah	151
Moshe ben David Alkalay	152
Abraham ben Israel Bejerano	153
Benjamin Hamoy	153
Rabbi Dr. Shelomo Mandelkern	154
Rabbi Dr. Shimon Bernfeld	155
JEWS IN POLITICS	158
DEMOGRAPHIC DATA 1893¿1900	163
GENERAL NUMBER OF THOSE ABLE TO READ AND WRITE	164
SEPHARDIM AND ASHKENAZIM	166
RABBINICAL SYNOD AND THE CHIEF RABBI	177
Orthodox Communities	177
JEWS IN SERBIA¿S WARS	185
Balkan Wars	185
World War I - 1914¿1918	186
RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY OF THE SEPHARDI RITE	191
RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY OF THE ASHKENAZI RITE	204
JEWISH MATRIMONIAL LAW	208
Ketubah ¿ The Marriage Contract	210
Divorce (Hebrew: Get)	214
ZIONISM	216
Balfour Declaration ¿ November 2, 1917	217
SYNAGOGUES IN BELGRADE	222
The Old Synagogue ¿ ¿El Kal Vjezho¿ ¿ Stara Sinagoga	224
New Synagogue ¿ ¿El Kal Nuevo¿	228
Jewish Centre and Synagogue ¿Bet Israel¿	232
Ashkenazi Synagogue	239
Mikve ¿ Ritual Bath	243
CEMETERIES AND FUNERAL CUSTOMS	245
Cemeteries in Belgrade	248
Closing of the Old and Opening of the New Cemetery	255
Monument to the Jews Fallen In the Wars of Liberation and Unification	259
Abolition of Street Funerals	260
New Chapel in the Jewish Cemetery in Belgrade	260
Ashkenazi Cemetery And The Chevra Kadisha	261
Genizah	263
Jewish Cemetery in Belgrade Today	265
EDUCATION	266
Talmud Torah	267
Meldar / Heder	268
How the Hebrew Alef-Bet Was Taught in the Meldars	268
Secession from Jewry	276
Education Shortly Before World War Ii	278
Numerus Clausus in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, October 5, 1940	280
Decree on the Admission to Schools of Persons 0f Jewish Origin	280
Application of the Numerus Clausus in Secondary Schools	284
Decree on the Admission to Universities of Persons of Jewish Origin	288
Act of the Ministry of Education No. 1323/40, October 8th, 1940	288
THE FINAL SOLUTION IN BELGRADE	291
Beginning of the End	291
Establishment of the Military Occupation Authority and the ¿Einsatzstab Rosenberg¿	293
Department For Jewish Questions at the Gestapo	295
(The Judenreferat) and Stages of the Final Solution of the Jewish Question in Occupied Serbia	295
Civil Authority and the Collaborators	296
Number of Jews in Belgrade in 1941	300
Belgrade Conference	302
Jews as Collaborators of the Occupying Power	303
Order of the Military Commander of Serbia	304
Smederevo	310
Representation of the Jewish Community in Belgrade	312
Jewish Sanitary Service in Belgrade	315
¿The First Hundred¿	316
Banat Jews	316
Banjica Camp ¿ ¿Reception Camp Dedinje¿	317
Topovske ¿upe Camp	318
Killing of Hostages in Belgrade	321
Kladovo¿¿abac Transport	322
'Bloody March' Of ¿abac	324
Report on the Shooting of Jews on October 9th and 11th, 1941	326
100 Men In 40 Minutes	328
¿Anti-Masonic Exhibition¿	331
Fair Grounds (Sajmi¿te) - ¿Judenlager Semlin¿	335
Mobile Gas Chamber ¿ 'Du¿egupka' (¿Souls Slaughterer¿)	340
¿Keine Judenfrage Mehr!¿	344
Plans for the Extradition of Jewish Prisoners Of War	344
Prohibition on the Hiding of Jews	346
Plunder of Property	347
¿Blobel-Commando¿	348
Remainders of Belgrade Jewry	349
Marking of Memorial Objects	352
War Criminals	353
APPENDICES	358
SOCIETIES AND INSTITUTIONS OF BELGRADE JEWRY	359
List of Other Societies, Associations and Unions Active Among the Jews of Belgrade	380
JEWISH BOOKS PRINTED IN BELGRADE 1837¿1905	382
Copyrights and Approvals	383
Proofreadres, Typesetters, Printers	384
Lists of 'Volunteers'	385
Kinds of Books and Their Contents	386
Authors from Belgrade and the Area Whose Books Were Printed in Belgrade	386
List of Books	387
NAMES OF BELGRADE JEWS	392
Family Names of the Belgrade Jews	395
JALIJA AND DOR?OL	399
JEWISH QUARTERS AND THEIR INHABITANTS AT THE END OF 19TH CENTURY BY SOLOMON L. MO¿I?	401
JALIJA ON THE DANUBE BY LAWYER DAVID-DA?A A. ALKALAY	410
FI¿EKLIJA	413
NOTES	418
BIBLIOGRAPHY	447
Abbreviations	447
Bibliography	450
INDEX	462

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Serbia -- Belgrade -- History.
Belgrade (Serbia) -- History.