COMMENTARY: Eastern European Jewry, Past, Present and Future

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c. 2007 Religion News Service (UNDATED) Between the end of World War II and the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991, the 14 nations of Eastern Europe were simply lumped together as Kremlin satellites. Few Americans visited Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia or Romania, even though nearly 70 percent of U.S. Jews and many Christians trace their family […]

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