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  • by Rivka Basman Ben-Haim and Miriam Ulinover, translated by Kathryn Hellerstein
Part of Pakn Treger
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  • Sarah Gordon - lead singer for Yiddish Princess, a Brooklyn-based Yiddish-language rock band, and daughter of Yiddish singer Adrienne Cooper - was interviewed by Christa Whitney on August 25, 2011 at KlezKanada in the Laurentian Mountains of Canada...
2011-08-25
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project
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  • Faith Jones on the "fierce and uncompromising" Celia Dropkin
Part of Pakn Treger
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  • by Mordecai Kosover, translated by Ruth Solomon
Part of Pakn Treger
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  • By Aaron Glanz-Leyeles, translated by Oliver Elkus. An ode to the promise of America.
Part of Pakn Treger
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  • Moishe Dolman - political organizer and frequent visitor to the Montreal Jewish Public Library - was interviewed by Christa Whitney on July 10, 2012 at the Montreal Jewish Public Library in Montreal, Canada.
2012-07-10
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project
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  • Zackary is a medical doctor, writer, and Yiddish translator. After delving into his selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Zackary about his choices.
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  • It's now possible to search the contents of many Yiddish books. A guide to making the most of this feature
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  • Some of the great Yiddish writers who documented their experiences in the Holocaust
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  • From April 17, 2020: Yiddish poets and poetry
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