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Richard I. Cohen

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780190912628

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190912628.001.0001

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Michael Beizer (ed.), Toledot yehudei rusiyah, vol. 3, Mimapekhot 1917 ’ad nefilat brit hamo’atzot (History of the Jews in Russia: From the Revolutions of 1917 to the Fall of the Soviet Union). Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2015. 161 pp.

Michael Beizer (ed.), Toledot yehudei rusiyah, vol. 3, Mimapekhot 1917 ’ad nefilat brit hamo’atzot (History of the Jews in Russia: From the Revolutions of 1917 to the Fall of the Soviet Union). Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2015. 161 pp.

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Michael Beizer (ed.), Toledot yehudei rusiyah, vol. 3, Mimapekhot 1917 ’ad nefilat brit hamo’atzot (History of the Jews in Russia: From the Revolutions of 1917 to the Fall of the Soviet Union). Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 2015. 161 pp.
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Place in Modern Jewish Culture and Society
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Richard I. Cohen
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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190912628.003.0037

This chapter reviews the book Toledot yehudei rusiyah, vol. 3, Mimapekhot 1917 ’ad nefilat brit hamo’atzot (History of the Jews in Russia: From the Revolutions of 1917 to the Fall of the Soviet Union) (2015), edited by Michael Beizer. History of the Jews in Russia offers a complete history of the Jews in Russia from the revolutions of 1917 to the disintegration of the Soviet Union. The book consists of thirteen chapters covering topics such as Vladimir Levin’s fine portrait of “the Jewish street” before 1914; the Jewish national movement; the Jewish intelligentsia; Jewish urbanization and secularization; and the flood of migration from the market towns of the Pale of Settlement to the industrial and administrative metropolitan centers that sprang up in Soviet Russia during the interwar years.

Keywords:   Migration, Jews, Russia, Soviet Union, Jewish national movement, Jewish intelligentsia, urbanization, secularization, Pale of Settlement

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