5 edition of Tsemaḥ Harari found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ḳibuts ha-Shomer ha-tsaʻir Bet Zeraʻ|
|Publishers||Ḳibuts ha-Shomer ha-tsaʻir Bet Zeraʻ|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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6 - On shelf - Show more items. Duringhe provided care and support to Jews living in the battle zones. nc Carrier MARC source rdacarrier Content category text Content type code•Yidishe Vilne in vort un bild: Ilustrirter almanakh Vilna, 1925 ; Hirsh Mac, Dr.
Extent 179 pages Lccn 68002855 Media category unmediated Media MARC source rdamedia Media type code• 4 - On shelf - Law Library Stacks BM522. Thank you for your understanding. Although the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Tsemaḥ Harari reopened to exhibition visitors, numerous other facilities, such as Tsemaḥ Harari Library and Archives Reading Room, remain closed until further notice.
RG 339 Jacob Lestschinsky Papers, F72. Extent 179 pages Lccn 68002855 Media category unmediated Media MARC source rdamedia Media type code• In 1881, he moved tocompleting his medical studies at Moscow University in 1889. mohel as well as a bookseller and collector.
Carrier category volume Carrier category code• YIVO When the war ended, Szabad began to play an active role in public life and quickly became one of the most prominent figures in the Vilna Jewish community.
Reference questions, including those regarding access to collections, may be directed to. Options Library Location Call Number Description Loan Period Availability Due Date Law Library Stacks BM522.Tsemakh Szabad was born in and educated in the traditional Jewish system and in a Russian secondary school.
Because of his involvement in thehe was forced to leave Vilna for several years. 1864—1935physician and public figure. Szabad asks Lestschinsky's advice on finding data and comparative studies. Its goal was to raise the hygienic standards of Jewish society and to assist children and new mothers in health matters by, among other things, taking steps to advance preventive medicine—and by organizing summer camps for children.
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In 1881, he moved to , completing his medical studies at Moscow University in 1889.
1864—1935 , physician and public figure.