World War I and the Remaking of Jewish Vilna
Stanford University, 2010 - 293 pages
This study argues for the importance of World War I in the history of Jewish life in Russia and Eastern Europe through an analysis of Jewish politics, society, and culture in the city of Vilna/Vilnius from 1914 to 1918.
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