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Student Organizations Concerned With Social And Cultural Affairs

Translated by David Goldman

Levi Leon Trachtenbroit

We have already written much about the early 1920s, years when the gymnasia operated in Yedinitz. Prior to that, many of the young people in town interested in education and knowledge were forced to set off for the large cities of Greater Russia in order to continue their studies. The first step was to finish gymnasia, either as full-time students or as external students, and the next step was to attend institutions of higher learning.

Levi Leon Trachtenbroit

 

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Idel Reichman of Yedinitz as a soldier in the czar's army Idel Reichman of Yedinitz as a soldier in the czar's army, with his sister Chana.

It is said that Chana accompanied her brother in his military travels to provide him with kosher food. The photo was taken in 1916.

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