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Years of wandering. Tel Aviv,
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Peretz Publishing
House, 1966. 400 p.
Reminiscences of a labor Zionist leader covering his activities in the
years 1919-1925. The first volume,
The First Years,
appeared in 1960.
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Louis Segal in memoriam. New York, Farband—Labor Zionist Order, 1965.
80, 31 p.
Published in Yiddish and English to commemorate the late executive
secretary of the Farband—Labor Zionist Order. Edited by Jacob Katzman
and Mordecai Strigler.
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I. L. My memoirs. Warsaw, Idisz Buch, 1965. 141 p.
New edition of memoirs by one of the greatest figures in Yiddish
literature, with an introduction by Shlomo Belis.
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My fifty years in America. New York, YKUF, 1966. 288 p.
Last part of the author’s memoirs, with an introduction by Nachman
Meisil and a postscript by the son of the author, Dr. Nathan Kobrin.
The first two parts of the memoirs appeared in 1955.
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The dark apartment (my youth). Introduction by
Dov Ber Malkin. Tel-Aviv, Hamenorah, 1965. 388 p.
Reminiscences of his childhood and youth by a well known Yiddish
novelist, published posthumously.