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  • By Texas66 on March 9, 2013

    The book is full of statical data and may be very helpful to a research application, but not to the casual interested reader. I believe the book's title is misleading.

  • By W Boudville on January 9, 2009

    In this thorough, heavily statistical study, Rozenblit investigated the Jewish community of Vienna during the last period of Austria-Hungarian history. Many aspects of the community are surveyed; a task which surely must have taken an immense labour derived from pouring over old documents.For instance, the composition of the community is looked at. In terms of their occupations and also describing from what parts of Austria Hungary they might have come from. We see that there was a diversity of occupations, occasioned by Vienna being the capital of an empire and having fewer traditional restrictions on Jews.The sensitive topics of intermarriage and conversion, both to and from Judaism, are also looked at.In all of the above, there is a rigourous use of survey data, that goes well beyond just considering a few individuals.


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