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Translation of Vishneva, ke-fi she-hayeta ve-enena od; sefer zikaron
Edited by: Hayyim Abramson
Published in Tel Aviv, 1972
Donors: Diane Michele Rabson and Eilat Gordon Levitan
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Vishneva,ke-fi she-hayeta ve-enena od;
Wiszniew; as it was and is no more; memorial book, ed. Hayyim Abramson. Tel Aviv: Wiszniew society in Israel, 1972. (H,Y)
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