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The thirteenth issue of MISHPOHA opens with the poetry of Girsh Reles, the oldest Jewish writer of Belarus. Not so long ago he has celebrated his 90-th anniversary.
Prose writer Grigory Kanovich is the guest of the traditional heading Autograph. The writers stories and tales are full of Jewish small town colouring and wisdom, laugh and tears. In this issue Grigory Kanovich presents his story Issac Der Mishunger.
The story of Alexander Dragohrust Crazy takes the reader to the victorious year of 1945. The Red Army officer, the Jew, who lost all his family in war, falls in love with a German girl. Such a life situation.
The story of Marat Baskin Black and White Photo will for sure attract the readers interest. The writer, who originally comes from Belarus, now lives in the United States. He allots his characters with the same addresses first Belarus, then the USA.
The prose writer from a small Belarussian town Glusk, Naum Sandomirsky, in one of the articles, devoted to his creativity, was called Belarussian Babel. MISHPOHA presents excerpts from his new novel I Am Walking Along A Cemetery. The novel consists of short stories, which narrates about people, who lived once in Glusk.
The poetry of this issue is presented by the wise, philosophical lyrics of Mariam Yuzefskaya, who provides the reader with the cycle of poems, called Judea, fervor poems of the young poetess Alla Gershanik. Boris Kushner is a Professor of Math at the University of Pittsburg. His verses are surprisingly musical. Niel lives in Jerusalem. He is very neat and emotional lyrics writer.
Naum Kislik is not occasionally considered to be one of the most significant poets, who returned from battlegrounds. The essay of Mikhail Shulmann On the Stairs of Years is dedicated to the memory of the poet. For the first time the magazine publishes verses from still unprinted book Burden.
For more than five centuries the Jews have been living in a small Polessye town Narovlya. The famous Kiev writer Boris Handros tells about this place.
In a small Belarussian town Luzhki he had been known as Eli Perelmann. Nowadays the whole world knows him as Eliser Ben-Iehudu, the person who managed to resurrect the ancestors language Hebrew. The article of Vladimir Tsibin The Second Birth of Hebrew is dedicated to the life and creative activity of Eliser Ben-Iehudu.
The young historian from Minsk, Alexander Fridmann, writes about the descendants of the Brest Talmudist Shaul Valya Karl Marks and Sir Benjamin Philips.
The famous theatrical director, the nominee of the Belarusian State Award, Solomon Kazimirovsky recalls on his studies at the Moscow Drama College, on meetings with Solomon Mihoels, Veniamin Zuskin. Hard Way Towards Yourself is the title of his recollections.
Under the heading The Name there are wartime stories of the journalist Mikhail Shibalis and Vladimir Mehovs essay The Man of Theatre. The essay narrates about the Peoples Artist of the USSR Leonid Rahlenko.
The first part of The History of Mogilev Jews: Documents and People was recently issued. The book engulfs the period beginning from the sixteenth century and up to 1917. Some parts from this publication are presented in the issue.
The Jews in the intelligence service during the WWII is the name of a new book by Dr. in History Aron Peisahovich. The review on this book, About Secrets to the Whole World is written by the Professor Emanuil Ioffe.
In her article Names of Belarussian Jews on the Map, Inna Gerasimova writes about Mogilev geologist Abram Belenkiy. The town on BAM is named after him. The essay of the Professor Zinovy Shulmann is dedicated to the outstanding physicist Jacob Frenkel, whom Albert Einstein called the great. In his essay The Girl from State Security Service Leonid Smilovitsky writes about Mozir resident Asya Grischenko.
As usually, the heading The family Album publishes the histories of the Jewish families. The annotations to the news books and publications are also could be found in the current issue of MISHPOHA magazine. The magazine is well illustrated. MISHPOHA continues to publish search notes about missing relatives and friends.
Read MISHPOHA. This is your magazine!

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