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ARTICLE: Brandstaetter, Roman

(Szczecin, Pol., 1999); Alicja Mazan-Mazurkiewicz, Inspiracje biblijne w utworach Romana Brandstaettera (Łódź, 2003); Eugenia Prokop-Janiec, Polish-Jewish Literature in the Interwar Years, trans

ARTICLE: Gutfreund, Oto

and Propaganda Arts 4 (Spring 1987): 30–44; [Jiři Kotalik], Otto [sic] Gutfreund, 1889–1927, Rzeźba—Rysunek (Łódź, 1971), texts in Polish and French; Derek Sayer, The Coasts of Bohemia: A Czech

ARTICLE: Chajes, Yitsḥak ben Avraham

Otto Muneles, ed., Prague Ghetto in the Renaissance Period (Prague, 1965); Otto Muneles, “Die Rabbiner der Altneuschul,” Judaica Bohemiae 5. (1538–ca. 1615), rabbi. The family of Yitsḥak ben Avraham

ARTICLE: Krein, Aleksandr Abramovich

and Jewish Elements in Soviet Music (Tel Aviv, 1978); Alexander Krein, Songs from the Ghetto (London, 2003), sound recording with program notes by Jonathan Powell; Jonathan Powell, “After Scriabin:

ARTICLE: Wehle Family

der Tschechoslowakei 3 (1933): 113–115; Arthur Mandel, The Militant Messiah: Or, the Flight from the Ghetto; The Story of Jacob Frank and the Frankist Movement (Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1979);

ARTICLE: Shapira, Me’ir

Me’ir Shapira (Łódź, Pol., 1930); Meir Shapira, Sefer imre da‘at, ed. David A. Mandelbaum, 2 vols. ( (1887–1933), rabbi, educator, Sejm deputy, and leader of Agudas Yisroel. Me’ir Shapira was born in

ARTICLE: Maisel, Mordecai

Jubiläum der Meiselsynagoge (Frankfurt a.M., 1894); Otto Muneles, ed., The Prague Ghetto in the Renaissance Period (Prague, 1965); Giuseppe Veltri, “‘Ohne Recht und Gerechtigkeit’: Kaiser

ARTICLE: Dobruschka-Schönfeld Family

Deutsche Geschichte 4 (1982): 31–47; Arthur Mandel, The Militant Messiah: or, The Flight from the Ghetto: The Story of Jacob Frank and the Frankist Movement (Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1979); Gershom

ARTICLE: Fleischmann, Karel

Karel Fleischmann: The Story of an Artist and Physician in Ghetto Terezin,” International Journal of Dermatology 43 (2004): 129–135; Hana Housková, Česlicí času: Život a dílo Karla Fleischmanna (

ARTICLE: Death and the Dead

2001), pp. 39–40; Yoysef Zelkovitsh, “Der toyt un zeyne bagleyt-momentn in der yidisher etnografye un folklor,” in Lodz[s]her visnshaftlekhe shriftn, pp. 149–190 (Łódź, 1938). There is a shared

ARTICLE: Te’omim Family

Aibeshitts (I. Aibeszyc), Ohel Barukh: Toldotav ve-korotav shel Barukh Te’omim Frenkil (Łódź, 1933); Majer Bałaban, Toldot ha-yehudim be-Krakov uve-KazTimyezi, 1304–1868, vol. 2 (Jerusalem, 2002

ARTICLE: Language: Planning and Standardization of Yiddish

Shloyme Asher Birnbaum, Alef-beys fun ortodoksishn oysleyg (Łódź, 1930); Michael Clyne, ed. Undoing and Redoing Corpus Planning (Berlin and New York, 1997); Jack Fellman, The Revival of a Classical

ARTICLE: Health and Healing

University Level Education (Jerusalem, 1992); Jacob R. Marcus, Communal Sick-Care in the German Ghetto (Cincinnati, 1947); Michael A. Nevins, The Jewish Doctor (Northvale, N.J., 1996); Avrom

ARTICLE: Schlesinger, Akiva Yosef

Rachel Elboim-Dror, “The Ultimate Ghetto: A Subversive Ultra-Orthodox Utopia,” Jewish Studies Quarterly 7. (1837–1922), pioneer of ultra-Orthodoxy, early Jewish nationalist, and Yiddishist. Akiva

ARTICLE: Geese

Michael A. Ginor, Mitchell Davis, Andrew Coe, and Jane Ziegelman, Foie Gras: A Passion (New York, 1999); Édouard de Pomiane, Cuisine juive, ghettos modernes (Paris, 1929). Every part of the goose was

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