American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection,
undated, 1970-1991

*I-566

Processed by Andrey Filimonov

American Jewish Historical Society

Center for Jewish History

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Andrey Filimonov in October 2014. Description is in English.
August 2016 Container list updated by Leanora Lange.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: American Jewish Historical Society
Title: American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection
Dates:undated, 1970-1991
Abstract: This is an artificial collection that contains digitized posters and ephemera selected from various collections in the Archives of the American Soviet Jewry Movement at the American Jewish Historical Society.
Languages: The collection is in English, Russian and Hebrew.
Quantity: 428 Digital Images
Identification: *I-566
Repository: American Jewish Historical Society
Location: Located in AJHS New York, NY
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Historical Note
Poster by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry

Poster by Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry

The American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection consists of a selection of images from various collections housed within the Archive of the American Soviet Jewry Movement (AASJM). These images document the effort, beginning in the 1960s through the late 1980s, of thousands of American Jews of all denominations and political orientations to stop the persecution and discrimination of Jews in the Soviet Union. The American Soviet Jewry Movement (ASJM) is considered to be the most influential Movement of the American Jewish community in the 20th century. The beginnings of the organized American Soviet Jewry Movement became a model for efforts to aid Soviet Jews in other countries, among them Great Britain, Canada, and France. The movement can be traced to the early 1960s, when the first organizations were created to address the specific problem of the persecution and isolation of Soviet Jews by the government of the Soviet Union.

The Soviet Jewry Movement political posters found in this collection incorporated dramatic imagery, powerful symbolism, and memorable slogans that conveyed the urgency for personal accountability. Sponsored by various Soviet Jewry movement organizations, many were regularly published as full-page ads in newspapers such as The New York Times and The Washington Post. The ads helped to shape the public’s stance on the Soviet regime through calls for trade sanctions, boycotts of Soviet goods, and calls to encourage U.S. participation in scientific and cultural exchanges with the U.S.S.R.

Many of the posters commemorate local, national and global events that shaped the Soviet Jewry movement—the Leningrad hijacking trial of the 1970, the 1980 Moscow Olympics, the Freedom Sunday demonstrations, the Reagan-Gorbachev summits, and special projects designed to help Soviet Jews, such as the Emergency Matzoh Campaign, and Project Sefer. A large number of the posters focus on specific Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience and Refuseniks.

The ephemera aspect of the collection consists of bumper stickers and buttons. Through the 20th century movements for civil rights have used such items to identify and unite their members, to communicate their message and to inform the public of their causes. During the decades of the American Soviet Jewry movement the buttons and stickers were printed and distributed by Jewish organizations and communities and utilized to attract public attention with short and concise messages. The artwork on the buttons ranges from decidedly DIY aesthetics—hand-drawn simple pictures with hand-written text—to powerful graphics by talented artists and professional designers.

Many of the digitized buttons and stickers promoted unity of the global Jewish community with slogans like "Save them, save yourself," "I am my brother's keeper," "Let my people go," and "I am fasting with Soviet Jews." A group of buttons called "freedom shields" bear the names of Soviet Jewish Prisoners engraved on a Star of David. A pamphlet, advertising the freedom shields proclaims: "This is your chance to help the Prisoners of Conscience who gave up their freedom." Wearing these items effectively humanized the Soviet Jewish community and connected the American activists with Soviet Jews on a personal level. A button with a photograph of an emaciated young man with just two words: "Ask me," or a button reading "Ask me about Natasha" were used in an intelligent way to attract attention of a passerby and start a conversation about Soviet Jewish prisoners.

The American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection reflects the great diversity of the Soviet Jewry movement in the United States. The parent collections range from the papers of Jerry Goodman (the director of the major establishment organization National Conference on Soviet Jewry) to the records of the Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry, the founding council of the grassroots Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, as well as several small personal collections of local activists. The digitized buttons and bumper stickers were produced by different, often ideologically rival organizations that nonetheless worked together and succeeded in a common cause. These organizations include the United Jewish Appeal, the American Jewish Congress, the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, the National Conference on Soviet Jewry, the Coalition to Free Soviet Jews and a number of smaller local agencies and student and youth organizations. In the truly national nature of the Soviet Jewry movement, the digitized artifacts were produced and used in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C., Chicago, Los Angeles and in many other locations across the United States.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection contains digitized posters and ephemera found in various collections in the Archives of the American Soviet Jewry Movement at the American Jewish Historical Society. The total number of digital images in the collection is 428.

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Arrangement

The collection is arranged into a single series.

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to all researchers by permission of the Director of Collections and Engagement of the American Jewish Historical Society, except items that are restricted due to their fragility.

Permission to reproduce collection materials must be obtained in advance and paid for prior to usage. A Materials Release Form must be completed for photographs. Usage fees are assessed by the AJHS as the owner of the physical collection material.

Use Restrictions

Information concerning the literary rights may be obtained from the Director of Library and Archives of the American Jewish Historical Society. Users must apply in writing for permission to quote, reproduce or otherwise publish manuscript materials found in this collection. For more information contact:

American Jewish Historical Society, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, N.Y., 10011 email: reference@ajhs.org

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Related Material

American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection represents a selection of digitized images from various collections of the Archive of the American Soviet Jewry Movement (AASJM) located at the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS). Other Soviet Jewry Movement collections at AJHS include the records of Action for Soviet Jewry (I-487), the National Conference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ; I-181 and I-181A), the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews (I-410, I-410A), Houston Action for Soviet Jewry (I-500), Seattle Action for Soviet Jewry (I-507), The Jewish Chronicle Soviet Jewry Collection (I-523), B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum Soviet Jewry Movement Collection (I-529), Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (I-530), Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism (I-538), United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (I-543), Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans (I-547), Jewish Defense League (I-374) the papers of Joel Ackerman (P-787), Julia Mates Cheney (P-806), Jerry Goodman (P-863), Laurel and Alan J. Gould (P-866), Carolyn W. Sanger (P-870), Leah Lieberman (P-869), Si Frumkin (P-871), Elaine Pittell (P-873), Sanford A. Gradinger (P-880), Shaul Osadchey (P-882), Leonard S. Cahan (P-883), Doris H. Goldstein (P-887), David H. Hill (P-888), Margery Sanford (P-889), Pinchas Mordechai Teitz (P-891), David Waksberg (P-895), Pamela B. Cohen (P-897), Moshe Decter (P-899), William Korey (P-903), Morey Schapira (P-906), Charlotte Gerper Turner (P-907), Myrtle Sitowitz (P-908), Kathleen M. Hyman (P-911), Babette Wampold (P-912), Rabbi David Goldstein and Shannie Goldstein (P-918), Leslie Schaffer (P-923), Arthur Bernstein (P-925), Dolores Wilkenfeld (P-927), Sylvia Weinberg (P-928) , Irwin H. Krasna (P-934) , Constance S. Kreshtool (P-935), Betty Golomb (P-938), Grace Perlbinder (P-942), Mort Yadin (P-943), Ann Polunsky (P-886), Lillian Foreman (P-945), Marilyn Labendz(P-946), Abraham Silverstein(P-947), Bert Silver (P-949), Billie Kozolchyk (P-950), John Steinbruck (P-951), Lawrence I. Lerner (P-952), Ruth Geller Gold (P-953), Efry Spectre (P-954), Alan M. Kohn (P-956), Frank Brodsky (P-957), Victor Borden (P-959), Estelle Newman (P-960), Carol S. Kekst (P-961), Linda Rutta (P-965), Rachel Braun (P-967), Jack Forgash (P-968), Michael Greene (P-969), Judith A. Manelis (P-970), Fred Greene (P-971), Harry Lerner (P-972), Alan L. Cohen (P-973), Murray Levine (P-974) and Jack Minker (P-975).

American Soviet Jewry Movement Oral Histories Collection (I-548) contains audio and video interviews with activists of the American Soviet Jewry Movement, former Refuseniks and Prisoners of Conscience.

Additional materials from other collections include records dealing with the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (SSSJ) located within the North American Jewish Students Appeal (NAJSA, I-338) and the records of the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council (NJCRAC, I-172). Related records are also located at the AJHS in Newton Centre, MA including memorabilia and ephemera of the New England Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry (I-237) and the Records of the Student Coalition for Soviet Jewry – Brandeis University (I-493).

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Alternate Access to Digitized Posters and Ephemera

The digital images can also be accessed by following this link: AASJM posters and ephemera in Digitool.

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Digitization Note

The digitization of a portion of the items available here has been made possible through a generous grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:
Identification of item, date (if known); American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection; *I-566 ; box number; folder number; American Jewish Historical Society, New York, NY.

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Acquisition Information

This artificial collection was created by the American Jewish Historical Society in 2009 and extended in 2014, due to the ongoing digitization efforts by the Center for Jewish History.

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Processing Information

This artificial collection is the result of several ongoing digitization efforts on the part of the American Jewish Historical Society and the Center for Jewish History. Some of the items in the collection are described on the item level, while others are described on folder level.

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Access Points

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

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American Soviet Jewry Movement Posters and Ephemera Collection, undated, 1970-1991

The series is in English, Russian and Hebrew.
428 Digital Images.
Scope and Content:

See the collection Scope and Content Note.

Box TitleDate
Digital image 16 Prisoners of Conscience1984
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Digital image 19 Prisoners of Conscience1984
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Digital image 1980 Olympics1980
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Digital image 1982 Helsinki Prisoners Watch1982
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Digital image 1987 Simchat Torah Rally And Street Fair1987
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Digital image 4,000 miles of Hell Murder Soviet Styleundated
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Digital image A Dream Fulfilled For Someundated
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Digital image A Musical Tribute To Andrei Sakharovundated
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Digital image Anatoly Scharanskyundated
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Digital image Anatoly Virshubskyundated
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Digital image Andy Statman Klezmer Orchestra for Soviet Jews1986
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Digital image Annual Simchat Torah Soviet Jewry March And Rally1982
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Digital image Answer! (In Russian)undated
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Digital image Ari Volvovskyundated
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Digital image Boris Kochubiyevsky, Jewundated
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Digital image Boris Penson—Art of a Soviet Prisonerundated
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Digital image Brothers And Sisters—To The Prisoners Sentenced To Labor Camps For Their Desire To Go To Israelundated
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Digital image By Order Of The Government—No Services On Yom Kippurundated
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Digital image Campaign to Free Sharanskyundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)undated
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Digital image Refusenik Poster with —Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Yosef Begunundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Yosef Chernobylskyundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Vladimir Kislikundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Evgeniy Leinundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Vladimir Lifshitsundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Mikhail Shifubundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (Text in Hebrew)—Grigory Vassermanundated
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Digital image Citizens of Israel Trapped in the USSR (With Text in Hebrew)—Eliezer Yoskowitzundated
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Digital image Concerned Americans Raise Their Voicesundated
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Digital image Cultural Exchange Without Freedom for Soviet Jewryundated
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Digital image Cultural Genocide In The USSR1984
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Digital image Emergency Matzoh Campaignundated
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Digital image Enchanted Theatreundated
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Digital image Every One Of Them Needs Every One Of Usundated
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Digital image Fanya Fradkin Isn't Laughing...undated
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Digital image For Atrocities—They Must Answer! (in Russian)undated
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Digital image Forgotten Man Of The Yearundated
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Digital image Free Ruth Alexandrovichundated
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Digital image Free Soviet Jews Before They're Extinct1984
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Digital image Free Them Nowundated
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Digital image Free Yosef Begunundated
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Digital image Freedom Day And Street Fair On Simchat Torah 19881988
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Digital image Freedom Festival For Soviet Jewry Featuring Mary Travers Of Peter, Paul And Mary1984
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Digital image Freedom for the Jews in USSR1976
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Digital image Freedom Run for Soviet Jewry1984
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Digital image Freedom Sunday—Summit Mobilization for Soviet Jewsundated
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Digital image From Russia with Yiddishundated
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Digital image Glasnost, The Iron Curtain...undated
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Digital image Hear The Voice Of Our Jewish Sisters And Brothers In The Soviet Unionundated
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Digital image Hosting Human Rights Conference—Denying Human Rights To Soviet Jewsundated
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Digital image How Many Years Can Some People Exist, Before They're Allowed To Be Free?undated
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Digital image Ida Nudelundated
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Digital image If In My Freedom I Do Not Speak...undated
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Digital image If Our Voices Die, So Do Their Hopes. March For Soviet Jewry Solidarity Sunday May 31undated
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Digital image It Is Not Your Duty To Complete The Work...undated
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Digital image It Takes A Lot Less Guts To Help A Soviet Jew Than It Takes To Be Oneundated
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Digital image It's A Tough Place To Live. It's A Tougher Place To Leave.undated
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Digital image Jewish Emigration From The USSRundated
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Digital image Join Hands With Soviet Jews1982
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Digital image Josef Begunundated
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Digital image Josif Bernshteinundated
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Digital image Josif Bernshteinundated
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Digital image Kishinev 1903-1971, From Pogroms To Prison Campsundated
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Digital image Laminated Clippings Display Of Application For U.S.S.R. Exit Visaundated
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Digital image Laminated Clippings Display Of Official Refusal To Grant An Exit Visa1986
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Digital image Lazar Lubarskyundated
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Digital image Let My People Go1973
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Digital image Let My People Goundated
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Digital image Let My People Go—Laisse Partir...undated
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Digital image Let My People Go—'In Every Generation...'undated
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Digital image Let My People Go—Soviet Jewry Freedom Busundated
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Digital image Let My People Know—The Struggle is Not Over, Natan Sharanskyundated
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Digital image Let My People Know—The Struggle is Not Over, Natan Sharansky, March 22, 1987, Jerusalem1987
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Digital image Let Our People Goundated
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Digital image Light Their Way to Freedom1983
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Digital image Link US-USSR Trade With Emigrationundated
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Digital image Map of the U.S.S.R. Concentration Camps, Prisons and Psychiatric Prisonsundated
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Digital image Mark Nepomniaschyundated
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Digital image Matzoh Time is Now for our Brothers in Russiaundated
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Digital image Moshe Abramovundated
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Digital image Mr. Gorbachev, Before You Talk Arms, Let's Talk Bodies—March and Rally for Soviet Jews, Pre-Summit Sunday, December 6, 19871984
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Digital image Nadezhda Fradkovaundated
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Digital image National Eternal Light Vigil for Soviet Jewryundated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—Title Card With Introductory Textundated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"The Snake Symbol..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"A Soviet Drawing of The Right Hand of Imperialism..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"The Nazi Star of David Octopus..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"A Jewish Puller of the Strings..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"The Cover of a 1934 French Edition of The Jewish Peril: Protocols of the Elders of Zion..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"A Nazi Use of a Merchant of Death Theme..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"Der Angriff 1938-Krokodil 1952"—Masksundated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"An edition of the Protocols Published in Brazil in 1937..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"The Nazis Drew a Jewish Spider..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"Jewish Vultures..."undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"A 1973 Soviet Cartoon…"undated
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Digital image Nazi and Soviet Antisemitic Cartoons—A Grim Parallel—"A 1942 pro-Nazi Cartoon…"undated
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Digital image No Hebrew Allowed—Coalition to Free Soviet Jewsundated
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Digital image No Trade, No Aid Till Soviet Jews Are Freeundated
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Digital image Once Soviet Jews Could Only Dream Of Going Homeundated
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Digital image Passage to Freedom1989
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Aleksandr Lantzman1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Ben Charny1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Ben Charny, His Wife, Daughter Anna And Son-In-Law Yuri Blank With Rabbi Goldstein1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Children Of Refuseniks In Moscow1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Elena Genusov, Wife of Grigory Genusov, Leningrad1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Eugene Eisenberg1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Gregory Genusov, Leningrad1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—In Moscow Metro1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Jakov Rabinovich, Leningrad1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Jewish Refusenik Musician1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Jewish Refusenik Musicians1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Joseph Rodomilsky (Raday), Hebrew Teacher And Organizer Of Ulpans In Leningrad1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Leningrad Hebrew Class Taught By Leonid Zeliger1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Leonid Zeliger Teaching Hebrew in Leningrad1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Leonid Zeliger Teaching Hebrew in Leningrad1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Members Of Moscow Hebrew Song Group1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Misha Fox-Rabinovitch1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Misha, Ilana and Maxim Kholmiansky, Eugene Eisenberg and Shannie Goldstein1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Moscow Refuseniks at a home concert of Hebrew songs1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Pavel Abramovich, his wife and Shannie Goldstein1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Pavel Abramovich, Moscow1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Rabbi David Goldstein and His Wife Shannie Goldstein on Red Square in Moscow1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Rachel Genusov, Daughter of Elena and Grigory Genusov, Moscow1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Shannie Goldstein With Eugene Eisenberg, Hebrew Teacher From Kharkov1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Shannie Goldstein With Inna Begun, Moscow1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Shannie Goldstein With Parents of Misha and Sasha Kholmiansky1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Unidentified1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Unidentified1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Victoria Khassina (Seated) In The Group Of Moscow Refuseniks At A Hanukkah Party1983
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Digital image Photo From Rabbi David Goldstein's 1983 Mission To The USSR—Yuri Blank1983
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Digital image Portrait of Andrei Sakharovundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Boris Pensonundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—David Chernoglazundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—David Chernoglaz, Soviet Jewundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Dr. Mikhail Sternundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Edward Kuznetsovundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Evgeny Leinundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Grigory Goldsteinundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Hillel Butmanundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Ida Nudelundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Josef Mendelevichundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Joseph Begunundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Leib Khanokhundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Lev Roitburdundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Mikhail Kornblitundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Shlomo Dreizner (Version #1)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Shlomo Dreizner (Version #2)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Sylva Zalmanson (Version #1)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Sylva Zalmanson (Version #2)undated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Victor Brailovskyundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Vladimir Kislikundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Vladimir Slepakundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Wulf Zalmansonundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police—Zeev Mogileverundated
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Digital image Prisoner of the Soviet Secret Police Zeev Mogilever, Soviet Jewundated
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Digital image Protest Oppression of the Jewish Community in the Soviet Unionundated
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Digital image Refused—Glasnost Has Failed1987
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Digital image Refusenik Mikhail Kosharovsky (Text in English and in Hebrew)undated
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Digital image Refusenik—Trapped in Russia—Alexi Magarikundated
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Digital image Remember Helsinki—Free Soviet Jewsundated
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Digital image Remember Soviet Jews Every Day1980
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Digital image Retribution is Inevitable (in Russian)undated
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Digital image Route to Freedom1976
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Digital image Run for Soviet Jewry1980
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Digital image Save the Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscienceundated
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Digital image Say No Pepsiundated
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Digital image Send the Gift of Knowledge to Jews in the Soviet Unionundated
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Digital image Shatter the Silenceundated
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Digital image Signed, Sealed...undated
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Digital image Solidarity Sundayundated
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Digital image Sound the Great Shofar for Freedom1976
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Digital image Soviet Anti-Semitic Propaganda—1970 styleundated
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Digital image Soviet Antisemitismundated
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Digital image Soviet Hebrew Teachers1986
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Digital image Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscienceundated
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Digital image Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience1986
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Digital image Soviet Jewish Prisoners of Conscience and Their Childrenundated
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Digital image Soviet Jewry Advocacy Conference1991
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2 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Bumper Sticker From the Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry Records I-530 (2 digital images) undated
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8 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Bumper Sticker From the Joel Nathanson Papers (8 digital images) undated
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20 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons and Stickers From the Shaul Osadchey Papers P-882 (20 digital images) undated
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14 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons and Pendant with Text "Hillel Butman: U.S.S.R. Prisoner of Conscience" From the Elaine Pittell Papers P-873 (14 digital images) undated
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44 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons From the Charlotte Gerber Turner Papers P-907 (44 digital images) 1974-1977
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16 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons From the Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry Records, I-530 (16 digital images) undated
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74 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons From the Jerry Goodman Papers P-863 (74 digital images) undated
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10 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons From the Judith A. Manelis Papers P-928 (10 digital images) undated
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12 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons From the Morey Schapira Papers P-906 (12 digital images) undated
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8 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons From the Sylvia Weinberg Papers, P-928 (8 digital images) undated
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26 Digital images  Soviet Jewry Movement Buttons, Petitions, Fliers, Broadsides and Posters From the National Conference on Soviet Jewry Records I-181A (26 digital images) undated
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Digital image Soviet Jews Aren't Taking Vacations This Summerundated
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Digital image Soviet Jews, Protest Their Oppression Demand Their Freedomundated
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Digital image Speak out for Silent Soviet Jewryundated
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Digital image Speak out for Silent Soviet Jewry—Let My People Goundated
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Digital image Speak Out For Those Who Can'tundated
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Digital image Stalinist Trials Against Jews, Leningrad, 1970undated
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Digital image Stalinist Trials Behind Locked Doors In Leningrad…Against The Jews Of Russiaundated
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Digital image Stop the Genocide in Lebanon! (in Russian)undated
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Digital image Sylva Zalmanson's Final Testimony at Her Trialundated
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Digital image The Ironies Of Soviet Jewish Religious Lifeundated
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Digital image The Jewish Spirit Remains Aliveundated
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Digital image The Lies Continue—Free Sharansky Now!undated
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Digital image The Soviet Jewish Prisonerundated
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Digital image The Tufelds—Let Them Go!undated
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Digital image These Jews are Missing....circa 1973
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Digital image This Year In Russia, It Is Still Against The Law To Say 'Next Year In Jerusalem!'undated
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Digital image Tragedy of Lebanon (in Russian)undated
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Digital image Unable To Leave And Unable To Live As Jewsundated
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Digital image Union of Councils for Soviet Jews Network of Human Rights Bureaus in Russiaundated
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Digital image Unite with Soviet Jews on Simchat Torahundated
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Digital image We Wouldn't Want To Ruin Your Sunday...undated
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Digital image Welcome President Gorbachev1988
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Digital image When Liberation Is Carried Out In The Land It Is Carried Out Abroadundated
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Digital image Yakov Levinundated
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Digital image Yevgeny Aizenbergundated
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Digital image Your Route To Involvementundated
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Digital image Yuly Edelshteinundated
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Digital image Zahar Zunshain (Version #1)undated
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Digital image Zahar Zunshan (Version #2)undated
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Digital image Zionism is today's fascism (in Russian)undated
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