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Belarus: At a Crossroads in History
A native Belarussian paints a vivid picture of his country's complex past, paving the way for his analysis of the challenges now facing the republic in the wake of a disintegrating Soviet Union.

The Jews of Moscow, Kiev and Minsk: Identity, Antisemitism, Emigration
The Jews of the former Soviet Union have always been the subject of intense controversy.  In the past 25 years, especially, they have been the source of considerable speculation.  How many of them are there?  How strongly do they identify themselves as Jews?  How do the perceive anti-Semitism in their countries?  Will they leave or will they stay?

Russians to America, 1850-1896 CD Rom
Russians to America, 1850-1896

Americans of Russian or Jewish heritage will find this searchable collection of passenger list information invaluable. "This collection is extremely important to people whose Russian ancestors came to the U.S. in the 19th century," states Gary Mokotoff, leading expert on Jewish immigration.

 
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