Triumph over tyranny: the heroic campaigns that saved 2,000,000 Soviet Jews
The history of the Jewish resistance in Russia and the government backed anti-Semitism that tried to obliterate every form of Jewish self-awareness. Traces the success of the heroes of this movement, people like Anatoly Sharansky, who became living legends in Russia, Israel, the United States and the world.
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Chabads Clandestine Activities
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Western Voices for the Jews of Silence
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