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The twelfths issue of MISHPOHA starts with the poetry of Leonid Koval. Being famous poet and writer, he is a constant author of our magazine. Leonid lives in the Lithuanian city of Jurmala. Every year he comes to Bobruysk, the town where he spent his childhood and youth years. Many of Leonids works are inspired by the memories from these days.
The poetry presented in the magazine constitutes the whole spectrum of interesting publications. Rina Levinzon is a wonderful and very neat lyric writer. She lives in Jerusalem. Her new poems are published in this issue of MISHPOHA.
As a dedication to his 70th anniversary the famous Vitebsk poet David Simanovich published a new book Vitebsk, Chagall, Love. Some works from this book can be found in the issue. Many readers will open for themselves interesting poems by Galina levina from Minsk and Ilya Gavrilenko from Hanover.
The Jerusalems this is the title of the new series of stories by Dina Rubina. These stories are published in the issue under the subtitle Beads. The author counts the beads of the small stories from the life of the modern Jerusalem.
In her essay The City, Which Is Always With Me, Basya Loseva recollects Vitebsk of 20th-30th of the last century and writes about her young years friends.
The publication of Arcady Shulmann When it is Better for Dumb to Keep Silence is dedicated to the memory of writers and public activists, who were executed by the Stalin regime 50 years ago.
Elena Akselyrod and Lidiya Malkina write about their fathers: the famous artists Meer Akselyrod and Boris Malkin. The poems of Elena Akselyrod are published in this issue.
Sima Jushunsky and Alter Faytelson got married during the WWII, when they met each other in the Kaunas ghetto. The essay of Sima Jashunsky-Faytelson I Am Thinking in Judish tells about the fate of her family.
The famous journalist from Israel Shulamit Shalit writs an essay Hey, Take Me With You, which narrates about the famous Jewish writer Mosha Kulback.
Not too many people know the hero-pilot Mikhail Plavelsky. He was killed in Tadzhikistan in 1920th in a fight with basmaches (bandits). The Soviet authorities preferred not to disclose his name just because he was a Jew. For Tadzhiks he was the enemy. In his essay Thirty Thousands in Gold for a Pilot Konstantin Serdyuk writes about his countryman from Bobruysk Mikhail Plavelsky.
As usually there is enough place in the issue for the materials published under the headings Family Stories and Family Album. Kandidat in History from Minsk Inna Gerasimova continues acquaint the readers with the Zhitlovskys family, which gave the world many famous writers and public activists.
Moisey Ratner called his story The Gradpa Aron Classes. The journalist from Minsk Sergey Nosov published his materials under the brisk subtitle The Story of the Galahic Jew and Natural-Born Cossack tells the biographies of grandpa and grandma, who dedicated their best years to the revolutionary struggle, and have pushed Ada Aronava to think it over thoroughly. In her essay I Am Repeating Their Way she is discussing the actual problems of the revolutionary struggle and terrorism.
Ginda Kolesnikova has published the war period diary of her mother Rosa Jastshamb.
The son of a submarine sailor Israel Fisanovich, Taras Fisanovich writes about his father.
The familiy headline Shulmann will tell presents the works of his namesakes: the story Hanka by Mikhail Shulmann, the writer from New York, the poetry of the writer and artist from St. Petersburg Liya Shulmann, the recollections of the Minsk professor Zinoviy Shulmann and the family story of the ecologist from the Crimea Georgy Shulmann.
The issue also includes the essays about famous sportsmen: Ex-World Champion in checkers Iser Kulermann and the Honored Coach of the USSR in acrobatics Mikhail Zeitin.
As always MISHPOHA publishers a lot of photographs and announcements about missing relatives and friends.

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