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Author Shohet, Azriel
Title The Jews of Pinsk, 1881 To 1941
Imprint Redwood City : Stanford University Press, 2013
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Descript 1 online resource (794 pages)
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Series Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture Ser
Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- List of Figures, Tables, and Maps -- Preface - Mark Jay Mirsky -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations and Shortened Forms -- 1. Pinsk (1881-1914) -- 2. Political Trends (Up to 1906) -- 3. The Hebrew Language Movement in Pinsk -- 4. Education and Culture (1881-1914) -- 5. Changes in Lifestyle and Culture (1881-1914) -- 6. Institutions, Societies, and Associations for Social Welfare (1881-1914) -- 7. Suppression and Reaction (1906-1914) -- 8. In the Period of the First World War -- 9. Interregnum (1918-1920) -- 10. Between Two World Wars -- 11. The Second World War up to the Nazi Occupation (September 16, 1939-July 4, 1941) -- Afterword: Pinsk in Wartime and from 1945 to the Present - Zvi Gitelman -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
The story of the turbulent final sixty years of an important, and in many ways representative, Eastern European Jewish community
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Shohet, Azriel The Jews of Pinsk, 1881 To 1941 Redwood City : Stanford University Press,c2013 9780804741583
Subject Jews -- Belarus -- Pinsk -- History.;Jews -- Belarus -- Pinsk -- Social conditions.;Jews -- Belarus -- Pinsk -- Economic conditions.;Jews -- Education -- Belarus -- Pinsk -- History.;Pinsk (Belarus) -- Ethnic relations
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Alt Author Mirsky, Mark Jay
Rosman, Moshe
Tropper, Faigie
Rosman, Moshe
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