Documents on Ukrainian-Jewish Identity and Emigration, 1944-1990

Book Documents on Ukrainian-Jewish Identity and Emigration, 1944-1990

Documents on Ukrainian-Jewish Identity and Emigration, 1944-1990 Book Details:

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN-13 : 1136323678

Page : 384 pages

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This volume provides a unique perspective on the social, cultural and political situation of the Jewish population in postwar Soviet Ukraine. It is based on declassified collections of documents from the Ukrainian central and regional archives.

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