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Архив еврейской истории

Т. 11. Еврейский музей и центр толерантности, 2020.
Academic editor: О. В. Будницкий

The 11th volume of the Archive opens a thematic section devoted to the history of the "Western", Baltic and Polish Jews who "moved" to
the Soviet Union in 1939-1940. It includes the memoirs and letters of
the "chronicler" of the Latvian division, political worker Ruvin Amdur; the autobiography, letters and diaries of Boris Tanis, a young man
raised in Jewish traditions, but who sought to join
a new life; the "Palestinian protocols" of 1943, containing memories of Jewish children from Poland who escaped from the USSR together
with the army of General Vladislav Anders. The "Research" section includes a criminal history of Jewish life in the 1820s; the history of
the confused life of a former Zionist, cadet, anarchist, left SR
and, finally, the Bolshevik Grigory Besedovsky, who became one of the
first Soviet non-returnee diplomats; new results of the search for the missing archive of the Kiev Institute of Jewish
proletarian culture. The collection contains letters from anarchist Saul Yanovsky and prominent figure of the Poalei Zion party Mark Yarblum to Peter Kropotkin; letters From Semyon Dubnov to colleagues in the " Jewish
old times"; correspondence of the head of "agro-joint" Joseph Rosen
with the musician David Shor and his son – the historian of philosophy,
translator and art critic Evsey Shor. The collection
includes an index of the contents of the previous 10 volumes of the "Archive
Jewish history». The materials published in the book are extracted from the
archives of Riga, Moscow, Jerusalem, Kiev, as well as from personal archives.
















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