Vladimir Khanin's Documents on Ukrainian-Jewish Identity and Emigration, PDF

By Vladimir Khanin

This quantity presents a special standpoint at the social, cultural and political state of affairs of the Jewish inhabitants in postwar Soviet Ukraine. it truly is according to declassified collections of files from the Ukrainian imperative and neighborhood archives.

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