Anna Dolgin Thaler


Still Nourished by a Childhood Feast

By Anna Dolgin Thaler

The year was 1919. The Russian civil war was raging and our town, Olevsk, was constantly under fire. Regimes changed almost daily between the Bolsheviks and the Ukrainian secessionists under Simon Petlura, whose troops spread terror and mass slaughter among the Jews of the Ukraine. We had to spend most of the time in a dugout, which servedRead More



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