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Jewish-Uzbek historical archives open up to the public

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Click Here to Read: J ewish-Uzbek historical archives open up to the public. During WWII, Uzbekistan became a sanctuary for refugees fleeing from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, etc. Jewish refugees established a thriving cultural life there, including Yiddish theater By Mordechai Haimovistz on the Jerusalem Post website on July 8, 2021.
Tashkent Image: Otoirov Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

 

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Jewish-Uzbek historical archives open up to the public

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Click Here to Read: J ewish-Uzbek historical archives open up to the public. During WWII, Uzbekistan became a sanctuary for refugees fleeing from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, etc. Jewish refugees established a thriving cultural life there, including Yiddish theater By Mordechai Haimovistz on the Jerusalem Post website on July 8, 2021.
Tashkent Image: Otoirov Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

 

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