- Jewish Conduct in the Swedish Deluge (1655).
- The Jewish Hand in the Partitions of Poland (1772-1795).
- Berek Joselewicz and the Kosciuszko Insurrection (1794): More Than Meets the Eye.
- Jews Oppose the Napoleonic Wars (1812) and Attempts to Revive Poland.
- Jewish Germanophilia at Poland’s Expense (1840s—on).
- Jewish Conduct in the November (1830) and January (1863) Insurrections.
- Jews in the Last Few Decades of Partitioned Poland (1890s—on).
- Jewish Negativism to the Resurrected Polish State (1918-1920).
- Jews Side With Germany on the Danzig (Gdansk) Question (1930).
- Poland Rapidly Defeated (1939): Jewish Complicity.
- Jews and the Forced Communization of Poland (1944-on).
- The Very Real Possibilities of a Literal Judeopolonia Over Time.
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The title image: Berek Joselewicz. Author: Ernest Łuniński (1868-1931). Polish Digital Libraries Federation. Source: commons.wikimedia.org, the public domain.
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