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DYNAMIC MAP OF THE
HISTORY OF RUSSIA,
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THE BORDERS OF POLAND
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SUGIHARA
Earl Alexander Carr 2017 (1.26.25)

HOLOCAUST RESCUE STORY
BY JAPANESE DIPLOMAT
CHIUNE SUGIHARA
Gianfranco Tosto 2016 (1.44.07)

CHIUNE SUGIHARA REMEMBERD BY JEWISH SURVIVORS
HiramekiTV 2014 (37.16)
Chiune Sugihara opened the Japanese Consulate in Kaunas, Lithuania, only 3 days before the invasion of Poland.

Many Jewish refugees from Poland did not have sufficient money, therefore did not fulfil the Japanese visa requirement.However, Sugihara issued many visas anyway, saving more than 6000 refugees.

70 years after the end of the war, we trace those survivors from that fateful time.

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THE JEWISH KINGDOM
OF KHAZARIA

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A HISTORY OF RUSSIA
(TSARS AND REVOLUTIONS)

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THE PALE OF SETTLEMENT
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THE PALE OF SETTLEMENT
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CATHERINE II AND THE JEWS:
THE ORIGINS OF THE
PALE OF SETTLEMENT

Prof. Richard Pipes
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JEWISH AUTONOMOUS OBLAST

The Jewish Autonomoblast
with its center in Birobidzhan
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 was to become a "Soviet Zion"

UNDERSTANDING THE RUSSIAN MINDSET
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YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
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BIROBIDZHAN JEWISH AUTONOMOUS REGION
Broken -Britain (25.06)

BIROBIDZHAN
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THE MOUNTAIN JEWS
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MUSEUM OF
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THE LAST GENERATION
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THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A SMALL TOWN AND THE WORLD OF POLISH JEWS (1998)
The Book Archive (1.19.23)

MUSEUM OF THE
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THE ISRAELI CONNECTION -
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Tel Aviv 2013 (31.32)
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ORIGINS OF POLISH JEWRY This Week in Jewish History
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FIGHTERS
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THE LIQUIDATION
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JEWISH RELIGIOUS LIFE IN INTERWAR VILNA: HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TESTIMONIES
Yad Vashem, (5.32)

DAILY LIFE IN THE VILNA GHETTO: HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TESTIMONIES
Yad Vashem  (5.24)

THE HOLOCAUST IN LITHUANIA -
Dr. Christoph Dieckmann
Yad Vashem  (16.15)

DOCUMENTATION OF ATROCITIES: THE JEWISH PHOTOGRAPHER Henryk Ross
Yad Vashem (4.47)

THE JEWS OF LITHUANIA - 1
Les Glassman 2020 (44.21)
(Part 2 Not Published 4/2020)

UNRESOLVED HISTORY:
JEWS AND LITHUANIANS AFTER THE HOLOCAUST

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
2014 (2.16.03)

HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TESTIMONY:
DINA BAITLER

Yad Vashem 2011 (2.53)
Dina Levine Baitler was born in Vilna in 1934, the second daughter in a family of three children. In 1940, when Vilna was under Soviet occupation, Dina's father was deported to Siberia, accused of being a capitalist. In 1941 the Germans conquered Vilna and soon after, during an action in the ghetto, Dina, her older brother and her grandmother were caught and taken to the killing pit in Ponary.


There, on the edge of the pit, they were shot together with thousands of other Jews who had been taken from the ghetto. Seven-year-old Dina, who was slightly wounded by a shot in her leg, fell into the pit among the corpses.


"At night," she describes, "I heard a voice of a woman who was asking in Yiddish if anyone else was alive. There were wounded people who called out for help. The guards, who apparently were still there, heard them, came back and started to shoot again."


Towards morning, Dina pulled herself out of the pit and headed towards the forest. She wandered through the forests and villages for the rest of the war begging for food and shelter. While wandering, she met a woman who helped her adopt the false identity of a Polish orphan, and with that identity she continued her wandering until she came across Russian soldiers to whom she told her story.


After the war she returned to Vilna and was placed in a Jewish orphanage where she remained until she completed her studies. She searched for her mother and younger brother but their fate remained unknown. Her father, who was in Siberia, survived the war and immigrated to Israel. Dina married and in 1960 she immigrated to Israel, as well. Today, Dina has a son and a daughter, 10 grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.

JAPANESE DIPLOMAT SAVED THOUSANDS
OF JEWISH REFUGEES

Lori Tsugawa Whaley 2017 (3.07)