Jan Tomasz Gross
A sociologist and historian specializing in European history of the 20th century and the history of the extermination of Jews, Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of History at Princeton University.
Jan Tomasz Gross deals with political and social sciences, and in this context particularly the problems of World War II and the Holocaust.
He is the author of, among others: “Polish society under German occupation: the Generalgouvernement, 1939–1944”, Princeton University Press, 1979, “Revolution from Abroad. The Soviet Conquest of Poland’s Western Ukraine and Western Belorussia “, 1988 (resumed in 2003 by Princeton University Press,” Ghostly Decade: Three Essays on Stereotypes about Jews, Poles, Germans and Communists: 1939-1948 “, 1998, Krakow, Universitas , “Study of enslavement: October 22 October 1939 election,” 1999, Krakow, Universitas, “Neighbors: The Destruction of the Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland, Princeton University Press, 2001. (Polish Edition in 2000 as” Neighbors: History of Jewish Holocaust towns “, Sejny, Fundacja Pogranicze),” Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland After Auschwitz “, 2006, Random House. Polish edition in 2008 as Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland right after the war. History of moral collapse, Sign,” Golden Harvest The thing about what was happening on the outskirts of the extermination of Jews ”, 2011, Znak, Kraków.
In his selection and elaboration (together with Irena Grudzińska-Gross) and with his introduction, “In the forties, mother sent us to Siberia – Poland and Russia 1939-42”, London, Annex 1983.