This special issue, edited by Giorgos Antoniou, Kateřina Králová and Marija Vulesica, highlights the diversity of perspectives on Jewish life in Southeast Europe. Kateřina Králová introduces the volume before Andreas Guidi’s historical piece, “Defining inter-communality between documents, tradition and collective memory: Jewish and non-Jewish capital and labor in early twentieth century Rhodes”. Tobias Blumel’s contribution examines the phenomenon of “Antisemitism as political theology in Greece”. Also Greece-related, Leon Saltiel analysed “Mother–son correspondence as a source of Jewish everyday life under persecution in Thessaloniki”. The issue includes Rumyana Marinova-Christidi’s discussion about “The Bulgarian Jews and Bulgarian-Israeli relations (1948–1990)”. Moreover Emil Kerenji has written a piece on “The Federation of Jewish Communities and American Jewish humanitarian aid in Yugoslavia” and Kateřina Králová addresses another issue of Greek–Jewish relations by examining post-war Greece in the experience of Jewish partisans. This issue ends with Zoltán Tibori-Szabó’s contribution regarding the “Memorialization of the Holocaust in Transylvania during the early post-war period”.

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