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Per Anders Rudling, born 1974 in Karlstad, Sweden, MA in Russian language and literature at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. MA in Eastern European Jewish history, San Diego State University, CA, 2003, Ph.D. History, Dissertation (2009) The Battle Over Belarus: The Rise and Fall of the Belarusian National Movement 1906-1931, University of Alberta, Canada. 2010-2011, postdoctoral fellow at the Ernst-Mortiz-Arndt Universität Greifswald, from 2012 postdoctoral research fellow at Lund University, Sweden.

ARTICLES BY: Per Anders Rudling


January 31, 2012 12:58 pm
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The Waffen-SS as Freedom Fighters

Despised and ostracized, the Swedish community of Waffen-SS volunteers long gathered in secrecy on "The Day of the Fallen," for obscure ritualistic annual...

Culture

Phoenix Jewish News Joins Consortium Running 4 Other Papers

JNS.org - The Phoenix area’s Jewish community newspaper has joined a consortium that publishes and manages four other Jewish newspapers. Mid-Atlantic Media...

Features

Israeli Pre-Military Academy ‘Breaks You and Builds You Anew’

JNS.org - “Put your hands behind your back and get on your knees,” 19-year-old Noam Ohayon told me. I complied. “Now fall forward...

After Massive Diaspora Response, Israel’s Raging Fires Come Under Control

JNS.org - Improving weather conditions, a massive influx of support from the international community...

Baptist Pastor Unearths His Father’s Holocaust Heroism in Wartime Diaries

JNS.org -- Master Sgt. Roddie Edmonds never spoke about his experiences as a prisoner...

Israel

Israeli MK Michael Oren: Trump Administration ‘Spells End of Two-Stat...

JNS.org - Member of Knesset Michael Oren (Kulanu), the deputy minister for diplomacy in the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office and Israel’s...

Middle East

Iranian Foreign Ministry: Tehran Has Concrete Plans in Place to Respond to ...

Tehran has concrete plans in place to respond to any possible breach of the nuclear deal, the Iranian Foreign Ministry...

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