The Shengold Jewish Encyclopedia
Mordecai Schreiber, Alvin I. Schiff, Leon Klenicki
Schreiber Pub., 2003 - History - 301 pages
This "source for everything Jewish" provides a quick reference in text and images for everything from the biblical Adam to how many Jews there are in Zanesville, Ohio. The main emphasis is on Jewish life in the United States and Israel, and the rest of the world.
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