2 edition of Soviet Jews found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library! Jews and Jewish life in Russia and the Soviet Union. [Yaacov Ro'i;] -- "The leading experts of contemporary Jewish history who have contributed to this volume present the first broad and penetrating assessment of Jewish life in Russia, the Soviet Union and post-Soviet. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aronson, Gregor, Soviet Russia and the Jews. New York, American Jewish League against Communism,
Aleksandra Brushtein's books, set in Czarist Russia, gained cult status among Soviet Jews. This is a primium article 1 comments. 10 Authors Who Capture What It’s Like to Grow Up in an Interfaith Family. Celebrating Hanukkah and Christmas growing up was my norm, but discussing my family interfaith traditions sometimes made me feel isolated. The American Jewish Committee reported yesterday that an official body of the Soviet Government had published a book utilizing “Nazi‐like caricatures” to attack Jews and Judaism.
To offset the growing Jewish national and religious aspirations of Zionism and to successfully categorize Soviet Jews under Stalin's nationality policy an alternative to the Land of Israel was established with the help of Komzet and OZET in The Jewish Autonomous Oblast with the center in Birobidzhan in the Russian Far East was to become a "Soviet Zion". First, Jewish communists in the United States, Canada, and Britain were still funneling very valuable atomic and military secrets to him. Like U.S. atom-spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Jews everywhere still regarded the Soviet Union as a Jewish paradise.
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The novel that introduced Soviet Jews to their forgotten history - Books - A young Sasha Brushtein, with her parents and brothers.
Russian State Archive Soviet Jews book Literature and Art. From Publishers Weekly In this "authoritative history of Soviet Jewry," the author traces the remarkable blossoming of Jewish culture in the U.S.S.R. despite inbred, institutionalized anti-Semitism.
"Pinkus re-creates the precarious history of the Soviet Jews more fully and vividly than previous writers," commented by: Subscribers are entitled, at any time, to inform Haaretz-NYTI of their desire to cancel their subscription by leaving a clear telephone message onor by sending written notification (hereinafter: the cancellation Soviet Jews book by fax (to ), by registered mail (to Subscription Department, 21 Salman Schocken Street, PO BoxTel Aviv, Israel ).
The Jews of the Soviet Union: The History of a National Minority. The Jews of the Soviet Union.: This is a comprehensive and topical history of the Jews in the Soviet Union and is based on firsthand documentary evidence and the application of a pioneering research method into the fate of national minorities.
He begins with the tsars, moves through the upheaval of both Revolutions, details the Stalin era, and ends with the dissolution of the Soviet empire. This book. In his latest book Solzhenitsyn, 84, deals with one of the last taboos of the communist revolution: that Jews were as much perpetrators of the repression as its victims.
The title of the volume we are reviewing is, simply, The Jews in the Soviet Union. This volume is part two of Solzhenitsyn’s massive two-book series Years Together. Pressure from extremely powerful Zionist sources, as you have already figured out by the title, has kept this valuable work from reaching readers in the West.
Inthree-quarters of the Cheka staff in Kiev were Jews, who were careful to spare fellow Jews. By order, the Cheka took few Jewish hostages. Pipes, The Russian Revolution (), p.
; Israeli historian Louis Rapoport also confirms the dominant role played by Jews in the Soviet secret police throughout the s and s.
There are a number of prominent Jews in the Soviet government, including Dimitri Dymshits in charge of industry, Lev Shapiro regional secretary of Birobidjan, and Yuri Andropov in charge of the secret police, the KGB. In fact, every secret police chief in Soviet history has been a Jew, from the first Uritsky to the most recent, the murderous Beria.
The initiative to smuggle Jewish books and ritual objects into the Soviet Union was Israeli; but Jerusalem at times seemed more concerned about its diplomatic relations with Moscow than about the. The book, which has been warmly reviewed in the official Communist press, comes after a Kremlin decision last fall to practically close off the Jewish exodus to Israel.
Minsk, the present capital of Belarus, was a heavily Jewish city in the decades between the world wars. Recasting our understanding of Soviet Jewish history, Becoming Soviet Jews demonstrates that the often violent social changes enforced by the communist project did not destroy continuities with prerevolutionary forms of Jewish life in Minsk/5.
The first Western-published general history of Soviet Jews—rich with facts, institutional histories, and analytical insights—is Schwarz Gitelman as well as Levin and Pinkus provide fact-rich overviews of the entire Soviet period.
In cinematic detail, the book introduces us to all the major players, from the flamboyant Meir Kahane, head of the paramilitary Jewish Defense League, to Soviet refusenik Natan Sharansky, who labored in a Siberian prison camp for over a decade, to Lynn Singer, the small, fiery Long Island housewife who went from organizing local rallies to strong-arming Soviet diplomats/5(43).
Attacks on Jews began to appear to appear regularly in newspapers, Jewish doctors were threatened and hounded out of their jobs, mass reprisals were In nine doctors, six of them with Jewish names were arrested ands accused of a bizarre plot to poison the Soviet leadership/5.
A generation of Soviet Jews would come to believe that they were saved by Stalin’s sudden stroke. The mercurial, paranoid seventy-four-year-old tyrant was certainly capable of Author: Ken Kalfus. Book Description: This volume discusses the participation of Jews as soldiers, journalists, and propagandists in combating the Nazis during the Great Patriotic War—as the period between Jand May 9,was known in the Soviet Union.
The focus of the book is the present situation of Soviet Jews and the au- thor tries to explain how it came about. Levy delves far back into Jewish his- tory to discover how the Jews were able to survive and retain their pres- ent character as an international peo.
This collection started modestly by books donation from the Foundation members and authors. “Soviet” Jews were employed in many industries, in research and engineering, in health care and art.
Their recollections contain wealth of interesting information and unknown details how Soviet system was run. Using Minsk as a case study of the Sovietization of Jews in the former Pale of Settlement, Elissa Bemporad reveals the ways in which many Jews acculturated to Soviet society in the s and s while remaining committed to older patterns of Jewish identity, such as Yiddish culture and education, attachment to the traditions of the Jewish workers' Bund, circumcision, and kosher.
Minsk, the present capital of Belarus, was a heavily Jewish city in the decades between the world wars. Recasting our understanding of Soviet Jewish history, Becoming Soviet Jews demonstrates that the often violent social changes enforced by the communist project did not destroy continuities with prerevolutionary forms of Jewish life in Minsk.
Using Minsk as a Brand: Indiana University Press. Book Let My People Go, ed by R Cohen, dealing with trials of Soviet Jews charged with anti-Soviet agitation is scheduled for pub Oct 6; reptdly incorporates records kept by Jewish sources who.“The perpetrator-bystander-victim model that has by and large dominated Holocaust scholarship is challenged by the appearance of Soviet Jews in World War II: Fighting, Witnessing, Remembering, a collection of essays that examines the role of Soviet Jews as heroes during what the Soviets called the Great Patriotic Range: $35 - $