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Renee Poznanski

Author of The Jews in France during World War II

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Renée Poznanski, born in Paris, is an historian specializing in studies of Jews in France during World War II. She earned degrees in Russian studies at the Sorbonne, and then received a B.A. and Ph.D. in political science from the Institut d'études politiques de Paris ("Sciences Po"). In 1973, she emigrated to Israel. She has been the Yaakov and Poria Avnon Professor of Holocaust Studies in the Department of Politics and Government at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, a department she created and has led for several years. Her book, Propagandes et persécutions: La Résistance et le "problème juive," 1940–1944 (Propaganda and Persecution: The Resistance and the "Jewish Problem," 1940–1944 (2008), received the 2009 Prix Hertz from the Chancellerie des universités de Paris.
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