In the aftermath of the Great War, new political entities emerged. On December 1st 1918, The National Assembly at Alba Iulia proclaimed the unity of all territories inhabited by Romanians and laid the foundation for the modern Romanian state. Compared with Romania before the First World War, Greater Romania was another country.
The editorial team is pleased to announce that the latest issue of East European Jewish Affairs is now available. This special issue, titled "Jewish Migration in Modern Times: The Case of Eastern Europe," was guest edited by Semion Goldin (Hebrew University), Mia Spiro (University of Glasgow), and Scott Ury (Tel Aviv University).
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David Shneer & Anna Shternshis, Co-Editors