Iraq's Last Jews is a collection of first-person accounts by Jews about their
lives in Iraq's once-vibrant, 2500 year-old Jewish community and about the
disappearance of that community in the middle of the 20th century. This book
tells the story of this last generation of Iraqi Jews, who both reminisce about
their birth country and describe the persecution that drove them out, the result
of Nazi influences, growing Arab nationalism, and anger over the creation of the
State of Israel.