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half a m illenium of Jewish history in Eastern Europe before the
cataclysmic events of our day.
We are grateful to the dedicated scholars, lay sponsors and co-
workers who have been instrumental in assembling the treasures
of those who are gone, in order to restore them in an accessible
and meaningful form for those who will come. Fu ture genera-
tions will acknowledge their indebtedness to the men and women
of the Dictionary for creating this great work which will provide
insight and illum ination into our people’s singular past ex-
perience and spiritual heritage.