Now in its seventh year of publication, Polin has emerged as a leading forum for authoritative historical and cultural material on Polish and East European Jewry. Each volume contains articles representing original research, often including previously unpublished documents. Each issue also features an extensive review essay section and a forum for the exchange of ideas and views between authors. Polin is essential reading not only for all those working in Jewish Studies, but also for those involved in Slavonic and East European studies. This year's volume uncovers life in Nazi-occupied Germany.