7 edition of A Russian Jewish Family (Journey Between Two Worlds) found in the catalog.
by Lerner Publishing Group
Written in English
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A Russian Jewish Family Paperback – October 1, by Jane Mersky Leder (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jane Mersky Leder Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Jane Mersky Leder. Miriam Shomer Zunser was my great grandmother, and Yesterday is the book she wrote for her children so that they could know and understand their heritage.
The story is unfathomable to us today: Two young Jewish children, Michel and Yentl, were forced to marry in order to escape induction into the Russian army that would have been a sure death sentence.5/5.
A Russian Jewish family. [Jane Mersky Leder] -- Describes one Jewish family's fourteen year struggle to emigrate from Leningrad in the Soviet Union to Chicago, Illinois, and the adjustments they have made. But journalist David Laskin’s life--or rather that of his forbears, three generations of a Russian Jewish family originally named HaKoen--has made a fantastic book.
Despite its name, The Family is not about the Mafia, or the Mansons, but really about one particular, ordinary/extraordinary twentieth century shtetl /5().
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The Endless Steppe is an autobiographical novel, written by a Jewish woman of Polish origin, Esther Hautzig, née Rudomin. Inwhen she was a mere child of ten, she was deported with her parents and her grandmother to Rubtsovsk, a city in Siberia, near Altai.4/5.
About this book. by Rose Cohen with Introduction by Thomas Dublin. Pages: Format: Paperback ISBN: Publisher: Cornell University Press Download this guide: PDF Out of the Shadow: A Russian Jewish Girlhood on the Lower East Side was written by Rose Cohen, another relatively anonymous Jewish woman who also believed that her personal story was worth preserving.
“Brushtein muted the Jewish tone of the book somewhat,” Gelfund writes in her annotations. Many of the characters are based on Jews but are given Russian names.
The author’s father, who grew up in a Hasidic family and was well versed in Jewish law, becomes an atheist in the novel. A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from the Russian Empire: Revised Edition by Alexander Beider Comprehensive collection of Jewish surnames from czarist Russia.
Two vols. $ A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from Maghreb Region, Gibralltar, and Malta by Alexander Beider Comprehensive collection of Jewish surnames from North Africa. First published here inthis memoir of life within the Pale and subsequent dispersal to America has an old-fashioned theatrical over-stuffedness about it that comes as no surprise when you learn the author's background: daughter of the popular Yiddish novelist Shomer (a Sholom Aleichem target) and the author of plays for the Jewish theater in her own right.
Zunser's recollections center. Jewish Russian Books /. Еврейские Религиозные Книги A division of F.R.E.E. Publishing House The world's first publisher of authentic Jewish literature in modern Russian, and exclusive distributor in North America of SHAMIR, Lechaim & F.R.E.E.
publications. Get this from a library. Yesterday: a memoir of a Russian Jewish family. [Miriam Shomer Zunser; Emily Wortis Leider]. Valentin Zorin, Soviet and Russian political commentator, journalist, author, screenwriter and television presenter. Religious figures.
Israel Isaac Kahanovitch, Orthodox Jewish rabbi; Raïssa Maritain, Catholic writer and philosopher; Alexander Men, Russian Orthodox priest, theologian, Biblical scholar and writer.
The following list is a translation of names and minimal personal data for 8, people included in Jewish Encyclopedia of Russia (Rossiyskaya Evreiskaya Entsiclopediya); first edition;Moscow. Famous people who are listed in the book, which in fact is a biographical dictionary, were born in Russia, the USSR, the Russian Empire, or lived.
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Russian Jewish Records [edit | edit source] In Russia mandated the keeping of Jewish records. Two copies were made. Ilya Ehrenburg was born in Kiev, Russian Empire to a Lithuanian-Jewish family; his father was an engineer.
Ehrenburg's family was not religiously affiliated; he came into contact with the religious practices of Judaism only through his maternal grandfather.
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(Photo: Wiki Commons) “Thirty years later, because of the gratitude he felt for that family, and for the respect he felt for the Jewish people as a whole, as deputy mayor of the city of Leningrad, he granted. He had been a member of the Bund, a huge, secular Jewish socialist party active in the Russian empire between andand helped to print illegal books in Yiddish that would promote.