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But, with the defeat of Poland and the expansion of the Reich eastwards, Hitler was left with more Jews than when he started. 1 million Jews of Poland, the largest community in the Diaspora, had a richly expressive thousand-year-old cultural tradition. It was a lively, visible community, both in cities and the countryside shtetls. Jewish Poland had its own institutions, unions, parliament and literary and architectural masterpieces, the most exuberant expression being its synagogues. This architectural patrimony ranged from humble religious buildings, almost indistinguishable from housing (which saved a few stone and wood structures from their otherwise fate), to massive, conﬁdent Neoclassical and Baroque stone structures.
Pure vandalism, terrorism, envy? The fate of this city is considered in more detail in chapter Three. The Serbian assault on Croatia was undoubtedly territorial in its desire to create a Greater Serbia (the excuse being the protection of the Serb minority in the region), but the extent to which the cleansing of Croatian cultural patrimony, which is itself not in doubt, was pre-planned and organized remains a moot point. When war broke out in Bosnia, however, following its declaration of independence in March 1992, the pattern of intent was inescapable and systematic.
It was presumed that, under communism, Muslims would gradually begin to identify themselves as either Serb or Croat. It was only in the 1961 census that the authorities formally recognized Muslims as a distinct ethnic group within the country, while historic mosques continued to be demolished in small numbers, in the name of modernity and progress, as recently as the late 1990s. The Serbian Orthodox church, by contrast, was able to restore many of its sacral buildings by the mid-1950s. In the years following Tito’s death in 1980, Milos˘evic´, who was appointed Serbian party leader in 1986, began his campaign to create a Greater Serbia.
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