Architects of Yiddishism at the beginning of the twentieth century: a study in Jewish cultural history
Deals comprehensively with the formative years of the Yiddish language and cultural movement that has, throughout this century, affected Jewish life.
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Front Page of Kol Mevaser March 13 1869
Cover of Nathan Birnbaums Der Yikhus fun Yidish
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