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Re: Jewish victims of Stalinism
by Arieh Lebowitz on 2001/05/16 16:26:17 US/Mountain

P.S. There are literally dozens of books dealing with the situation of Jews in the Soviet Union during the years of Stalin's rule of the USSR; any good librarian at a decent-sized public library, and certainly at a university, and especially one that has a Judaic Studies program or department, can find you a good number of titles. The Slavic Studies Department at Hebrew University should be able to send you lists of material, if you can track them down.

Of course, there is not only material in English, but also a lot in Hebrew, French and Yiddish, as well as in Russian itself!

>> Arieh Lebowitz

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