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Soviet Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee: Propaganda, Advocacy, and a Call for Unity, 1941-1948

New exhibition at the Valentin Blavatnik Gallery at the Center for Jewish History

The Blavatnik Archive and the Center for Jewish History are excited to announce a new exhibit on the complex and tragic story of the Soviet Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee and its chairman, the acclaimed Yiddish theater actor Solomon Mikhoels.

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