Jacob Katz

Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939 (1970)

Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939 (1970) by Jacob Katz

From the Preface

The theme of this book-the relation between Jews and Freemasons-has been the subject of countless books written, mainly in German and French, by propagandists of anti-Jewish or anti-Masonic leanings or by apologists in counterargument. Historians, however, have paid little if any attention to this subject. This is not surprising, for to the scholar presumed connection between Jews and Freemasons seemed little more than myth, any sources that could have clarified the assumption were hidden in the libraries and archives of the Masons, and usually inaccessible to the probing historian.

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