Yair Auron

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Yair Auron est un historien et essayiste israélien né le [1].

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  • Jewish-Israeli Identity, Sifriat Poalim (with Kibutzim College of Education), Tel-Aviv, 1993, 204 pp. (Hebrew).
  • The Banality of Indifference: The Attitude of the Yishuv and the Zionist Movement to the Armenian Genocide, Dvir (with Kibutzim College of Education), Tel-Aviv, 1995, 395 pp. (Hebrew).
  • Les Juifs d’Extrême Gauche en mai 68, Albin Michel, Paris, 1998, 335 pp.
  • We are all German Jews: Jewish Radicals in France During the Sixties and Seventies, Am Oved (with Tel-Aviv University and Ben-Gurion University), Tel-Aviv, 1999, 288 pp. (Hebrew, translation of the French edition, with revisions).
  • The Banality of Indifference: Zionism and the Armenian Genocide, Transaction, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, 2000, 405 pp. (translation of the Hebrew edition, with revisions and adaptations). Second Edition, Transaction Publishers, 2001; Third Edition, 2003.
  • The Banality of Denial, Transaction, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, 2003, 338 pp.
  • The Banality of Denial: Israel and the Armenian Genocide, Maba, Tel Aviv, 2005 [Hebrew edition, with revisions and adaptations].
  • The Pain of Knowledge - Holocaust and Genocide issues in Education, Transaction, New Brunswick , 2005. A German edition was published by Der Schmerz des Wissens, Verlag Edition AV, Lich/Hessen, 2005.
  • Sauveurs et combattants : la famille Aznavour et l'Affiche rouge : compassion et héroïsme à Paris sous l'occupation nazie alerte, SIGEST, Alforville, 2016.
  • Israël et le génocide arménien, SIGEST, Alforville, 2017.

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