Street in Birobidjan Named After Jewish Writer Who Lived There
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Street in Birobidjan Named After Jewish Writer Who Lived There

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A street in Birobidjan, the Soviet Union’s former Jewish republic in Siberia, has been named after the late Jewish writer, Emanuel Kazakievitch, according to a dispatch in Die Folkstimme, the Yiddish newspaper published in Warsaw. The writer lived and produced literary work in Birobidjan for three years prior to his death.

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