The Russian Revolution and the Jewish Children’s Book Publisher — Library of Congress Blog

Illustration from “La-Sevivon” (“To the Dreidel.” African and Middle Eastern Division. It was the late fall of 1917 in Moscow, the Bolshevik Revolution was seizing printing presses and a wealthy young Jewish woman was on the run. Her name was Shoshana Zlatopolsky Persitz. She was 24. She carried a revolutionary text of her own –…

The Russian Revolution and the Jewish Children’s Book Publisher — Library of Congress Blog

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