The Jews in Soviet Russia since 1917.
by Kochan, Lionel, edited by.
Published for the Institute of Jewish Affairs, London, Oxford University Press
Octavo in edgeworn dust jacket, xiv, 377 pp., index, ink-stamps, wear to the endpapers
Introduction by I. Schapiro. Articles are "The Jews in Russia at the Outbreak of the Revolution," S. Ettinger, "Soviet Jewry: Some Problems and Perspectives," S. Levenberg, "Soviet Theory on the Jews," J. Miller, "The Biro-Bidzhan Project, 1927-1959," C. Abramsky, "The Legal Position of Soviet Jewry: A Historical Enguiry," W. Korey, "The U.S.S.R., Zionism and Israel," J.B. Schechtman, "The Jewish Population: Demographic Trends and Occupational Patterns," A. Nove and J.A. Newth, "Jewish Religion in the Soviet Union," J. Rothenberg, "Jewish Themes in the Soviet Russian Literature," M. Friedberg, "Jewish Contributions to Soviet Literature," M. Friedberg, "Hebrew Literature in the U.S.S.R.," Y.A. Gilboa, "Yiddish Literature in the U.S.S.R.," Ch. Shmeruk, "Soviet Jewry in the Second World War," R. Ainsztein, "Antisemitism in Soviet Russia," B.D. Weinryb, "After the Six-Day War," Zev Katz, "The 'Jewish Question' in the Open: 1968-71," Philippa Lewis
Language: English Language
Edition: Second Edition
Book Id: 12852