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The Soviet Attitude Toward Territorial Minorities and
the Jews. N. Y., World Jewish Congress, 1953. 39 p.
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. A
History of the Contemporary Jews: From 1900 to the
Present. N. Y., Meridian Books; Phila., Jewish Publication Society, 1960.
192 p.
See Russia in Index.
-------. A History of the Jews: From the Babylonian Exile to the End of World
War II. Phila., Jewish Publication Society, 1947. 835 p.
See Russia in Index.
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, L
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The Jews in Russia. New Haven, Yale University, 1944*
1951. 2 vols.
The struggle of the Russian Jews for political emancipation up to the
Bolshevik revolution in 1917. Vol. II ed. by Mark Wischnitzer.
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The Earth is the Lord’s: The Inner World of
J e w
in East Europe. Wood engravings by Ilya Schor. N. Y., Henry
Schuman, 1950. 109 p. Paperbound reprint: N. Y., Meridian, 1963.
A moving tribute to East European Jewry.
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, M
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House Without a Roof: Russia after Forty-three Years of
Revolution. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1961. 550 p.
See chapter “Jew—Russia’s Stepson.”
The Jewish Encyclopedia. Ed. by Isidore Singer. N. Y., Funk & Wagnalls,
1901-1906. 12 vols. Reprinted by Ktav, N. Y.
See particularly the extensive article on Russia and articles on Kahal,
Cantonists, Pale of Settlement, May Laws, etc.
*The Jewish People: Past and Present: vol. II. N. Y., Jewish Encyclopedic
Handbooks, Central Yiddish Culture Organization, 1948. 430 p.
See articles on “Jewish Colonization in Russia: I. Imperial Russia,”
by I. N. Steinberg, “II. Soviet Russia,” by Gregor Aronson, pp. 51-68;
“The Jewish Socialist Movement in Russia and Poland (1870’s-1897) ,”
by Abraham Menes, pp. 355-368; “The Jewish Socialist Movement in
Russia and Poland (1897-1919) ,״ pp. 369-398.
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The Jewish Community in Russia, 1772-1884. N. Y., Colum-
bia University, 1943. 300 p.
“The legal, social and cultural self-sufficiency of the Jewish community
within the Russian State.”
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The Jews in the Soviet Satellites. Syracuse, Syracuse University
(for the American Jewish Committee), 1953. 637 p.
Authoritative studies on the Jews in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary,
Rumania, and Bulgaria. A companion volume to S. M. Schwarz’s The
Jews in the Soviet Union.
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, J
S. The Romance of Hasidism. N. Y., Yoseloff, 1956. 398 p.
A history of hasidism.
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Jewish Workers and Farmers in the Crimea and Ukraine.
N. Y., 1937. 156 p.
An account of the work of Agro-Joint—American Jewish Joint Agricul-
tural Corporation—a JDC sponsored agency in Russia, in the 1920’s and
the impressions of a visitor in 1935.
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A Guide to Hassidism. N. Y., Yoseloff, 1960. 163 p.
A popular introduction to the basic teaching and folklore of the