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dc.contributor.authorRogachevsky, Neil
dc.contributor.authorBegin, Menchem
dc.identifier.citationRogachevsky, Neil. (2021, May 14). : "We Were All Born in Jerusalem": A Never-Before Translated Speech by Menachem Begin, Mosaic.en_US
dc.descriptionArticle (translation by N.R.)en_US
dc.description.abstractGiven by Menachem Begin at a commemorative event for the Soviet city of Brisk, which served as a home for 20,000 Jews before they were slaughtered by the Nazis, this newly translated speech (courtesy of Straus Center Associate Director Dr. Neil Rogachevsky) touches on many of ideas that Begin advocated for during his storied political career, including reverence for the Jewish past, Jewish unity and inner courage.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesMosaic;May 14, 2020
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dc.subjectMenachem Beginen_US
dc.subjectcommemorative speechen_US
dc.subjectBrisk, USSRen_US
dc.subjectJewish heritage in the USSRen_US
dc.title"We Were All Born in Jerusalem": A Never-Before Translated Speech by Menachem Beginen_US

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