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Microform Collection: History of the Jews in Imperial Russia and the USSR

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Tanja Lorkovic
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Periodicals, newspapers and monographs concerning Jews in the former Russian Empire and the USSR (including Ukraine, Byelorussia, the Baltic Republics and a number of Polish provinces formerly part of the Russian Empire). Collection titles range from biographies of Zionist leaders born in Russia to Yiddish proverbs and folklore; Jewish newpapers and magazines (in Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian); documents related to the Jewish labour movement and trade unions in Russia, Poland and Lithuania; extracts from Russian laws defining the status and rights of Jews; miscellaneous literary works; and description of Hebrew manuscripts from Russian libraries and private collections.

Scope: 198 titles.

Yale owns all 4112 microfiche of the collection. Scholars may consult these sources in the Microtext Reading Room, which is in the basement of Sterling Memorial Library.

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LOCATION: SML, Microform (Non-Circulating)

Microfilm Reels: Film B18926
Fiche Titles: Fiche B4228
Printed Guide: DS135 R9 H57+