10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YELISAVETGRAD»
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José Donoso's House of Fiction: A Dramatic Construction of ...
I gave Pepita's address so I could drop her off on the way. When we took off in the
opposite direction from where the Citroneta had gone, Pepita asked me: "Do you
think they're important?" "What?" "Names. Yelisavetgrad, for example." "Yes.
Flora María González Mandri, 1995
peasant religious sects, especially the Shtundis'ts, who were active in
Yelisavetgrad, the same sect that influenced Tolstoi's social and moral ideas. The
religion of the Shtundists was based on both the Old and the New Testament—
He lived rurally in Novoukrainka, between his Revutskoye birthplace and the
larger Yelisavetgrad, in the Kherson guberniya (province) of the old Russian
Empire. He travelled a lot in his business. According to recently discovered
The Hope Fulfilled: The Rise of Modern Israel
The first occurred in Yelisavetgrad, where Jewish stores and homes were
destroyed and looted. The fact that so many ordinary people — "clerks, saloon
and hotel waiters, artisans, drivers, flunkeys, day laborers in the employ of the ...
The Russian Jewish Diaspora and European Culture, 1917-1937
... part the life and works of the artist will be described. the second part focuses on
the nine children's books for which he created illustrations. Life and Work
issachar Ber ryback was born on february 2, 1897.1 his birthplace was
Jörg Schulte, Olga Tabachnikova, Peter Wagstaff, 2012
The Slaughter of the Jews in the Ukraine In 1919
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition.
The Jewish encyclopedia: a descriptive record of the ...
See Tasnuna Mrnaksn. YELISAVETGRAD (ELIZABETHGRAD) : Town in the
government of Kherson, Russia. It was founded in 1754. and soon became one
of the mostimportant cities of southern Russia. The name of Yelisavetgrad recalls
Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler, 1964
Marta Blumenfeld had married the music teacher Gustaw Neuhaus with whom
she jointly ran a school of music in Yelisavetgrad (now Kirovograd). This school
was attended by every one of the Szymanowski children. The Neuhaus couple
Stanisław Golachowski, 1986
Journey to a Nineteenth-Century Shtetl: The Memoirs of ...
... 444, 456, 460, 463, 476, 478f White Russia, 18, 81,98, 421, 427 Wiesbaden,
46 Wysokie, 77, 110, 384,424, 437 Yaroslav, 95 Yelisavetgrad, 29 Zastavye, 62,
87, 106, 120, 1431, 1611, 24211, 249, 302, 305, 384, 390, 421, 426, 450 Zhitomir
Jews and French Quebecers: Two Hundred Years of Shared History
Montreal: JulesP. foundsLaVérité. Russia: first pogroms in Yelisavetgrad and
Kiev. 1882 Montreal: first reform congregation; construction of temple EmanuEl.
1887 City: LeCourrier du Canada and La Croix du Canada publish excerpts from
Jacques Langlais, David Rome, 2010
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YELISAVETGRAD»
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This Day in Jewish History / Jews fleeing Russia found proto-kibbutz …
The 173 residents of the colony came from Yelisavetgrad and Kiev (both in Ukraine), and few had any experience as farmers. Though many of them were young, ... «Haaretz, Dec 13»
A Diary Found, and a World Recovered
The allusion to violence in towns like Kiev and Yelisavetgrad attests to Singer's awareness of events far from his home and to the impact of pogroms throughout ... «Forward, May 08»