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ARTICLE: Central Committee of Jews in Poland

Jewish institution in Poland following the Holocaust, the Central Committee of Jews in Poland (Centralny Komitet ”Żydów w Polsce, CKŻP) attended to the needs of Jews from fall 1944 until 1950

ARTICLE: Society for the Promotion of Culture among the Jews of Russia

and civic association devoted to the acculturation of Jews in the Pale of Settlement, the Society for the Promotion of Culture among the Jews of Russia (known in Russian as Obshchestva dlia

ARTICLE: Relations between Jews and Non-Jews

To treat the subject of the interaction between Jews and the majority populations of the areas of Eastern The second article explores the image of non-Jews portrayed in works of Jewish literature

ARTICLE: Sport: Jews in Sport in the USSR

the Bolsheviks after the 1917 Revolution by no means destroyed the attraction of Soviet Jews to sports. Jews participated actively in the athletic life of the Soviet Union on many different levels,

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"Expulsion of Jews of St. Petersburg: Scene at Baltic Railway Station." Engraving by D. Naumann after a sketch by B. Baruch, n.d.

ARTICLE: Relations between Jews and Non-Jews: Historical Overview

The threat of expulsion continued to hang over Bohemian Jews and recurred for the Hagen, Germans, Poles, and Jews: The Nationality Conflict in the Prussian East, 1772–1914 (Chicago, 1980); John-Paul Himka, “Ukrainian Collaboration in the Extermination of the Jews during the Second World War: Sorting Out the Long-Term and Conjunctural Factors,” Studies in Contemporary Jewry 13 (1997): 170–189; Gershon David Hundert, “The Implications of Jewish Economic Activities for Christian-Jewish Relations in the Polish Commonwealth,” in The Jews in Poland, ed. Chimen Abramsky, Maciej Jachimczyk, and Antony Polonsky, pp. 55–63 (Oxford, 1986); Gershon David Hundert, Jews in Poland–Lithuania in the Eighteenth Century: A Genealogy of Modernity (Berkeley, 2004); Wilma Iggers, “The Flexible National Identities of Bohemian Jewry,” East Central Europe 7 (1980): 9–48; Hillel J. Kieval, Languages of Community: The Jewish Experience in the Czech Lands (Berkeley, 2000); John Klier and Shlomo Lambroza, eds., Pogroms: Anti-Jewish Violence in Modern Russian History (Cambridge, 1992); John Klier, Imperial Russia’s Jewish Question, 1855–1881 (Cambridge, 1995); Mark Levene, War, Jews, and the New Europe: The Diplomacy of Lucien Wolf, 1914–1919 (Oxford, 1992); William O. McCagg, A History of Habsburg Jews, 1670–1918 (Bloomington, Ind.,

ARTICLE: Relations between Jews and Non-Jews: Literary Perspectives

cultures (Russian, Polish, German, Ukrainian, Belorussian, and others), presents a gallery of non-Jewish characters along with depictions of encounters between Jews and their non-Jewish environment

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"Expulsion of the Lithuanian Jews. Engraving depicting Jews being expelled from a village or town in enforcement of Russian regulations regarding the Pale of Settlement.

DOCUMENT: Letter from Ḥayim Ozer Grodzenski to the Board of Deputies of English Jews in London, 1938

From Ḥayim Ozer Grodzenski in Vilna to the Board of Deputies of English Jews in London, 29 January 1938, asking them to help rabbis imprisoned and persecuted in the Soviet Union. English. Typescript

DOCUMENT: Letter from Mojżesz Schorr to the Board of Deputies of British Jews in London, 1937

of the Provisional Representation of Polish Jewry in Warsaw to the Board of Deputies of British Jews in London, 10 December 1937, assuring them that Jewish medical students in Poland have an adequate

DOCUMENT: A Story with an American Jew, Two Indians, and the English Consul (In the 18th Century)," by Emanuel Ringelblum, n.d

Emanuel Ringelblum, "A Story with an American Jew, Two Indians, and the English Consul (In the 18th Century)," n.d. Eighteenth-century Polish newspapers carried many "human interest" stories about people of other lands, including Jews in America

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Members of the Central Committee of Jews in Bielawa, Poland, 1945–1946. Photograph by Bronisław Eidler.

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Boys entering the Mefitse Haskalah (Disseminators of the Enlightenment) school, affiliated with the Society for the Promotion of Culture among the Jews of Russia, Vilna, 1929.

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) craftsmen; representative of middle-class householders; the mayor (from the Labor Party); representative of the National Democrats; and Leybush Feferman, representative of the town's Jews

ARTICLE: Poland: Poland from 1795 to 1939

the German occupation authorities and expulsions of Jews by the Russian government brought , continued to regard themselves as Jews, or at least maintained some ties to the Jewish community, involved themselves in charitable projects aimed at Jews, and intervened with government officials in times of perceived danger to Jews

ARTICLE: Rabbinate: The Rabbinate before 1800

the first significant stimulus for rabbinical development in the region came with the expulsions of Jews from German cities in the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and their migration to

ARTICLE: Notkin, Nota Khaimovich

Among Notkin’s many acts of political intercession was securing the release of Shneur Zalman of Liady after his second arrest in 1801 and averting the expulsion of Jews from Smolensk province in 1803.

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This section of the picture depicts a Jew removing his hat for a Polish magnate.

ARTICLE: Trakai

Karaites of Trakai were expelled, with the other Jews, as a part of the general expulsion of Jews from the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. After 1625, Jews began to settle in Trakai in larger numbers

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Left to right) Alter Geler, Menakhem Finkelshteyn, the German captain of the militia, Velvl Goldshteyn, Avrom Faynsilber, and Matebush, a non-Jew.

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