Jewish revival in Birobidzhan in the mirror of Birobidzhanskaya zvezda, 1946–49∗

  title={Jewish revival in Birobidzhan in the mirror of Birobidzhanskaya zvezda, 1946–49∗},
  author={Robert A. Weinberg},
  journal={East European Jewish Affairs},
  • R. Weinberg
  • Published 1 June 1996
  • History
  • East European Jewish Affairs
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