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Judaica Online Exhibitions
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Tradition and Its Discontents

Jewish History and Culture in Eastern Europe

An Online Exhibition from the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies 2002-2003 Fellows at the University of Pennsylvania


The Recognition of the Yiddish language in Lithuania during the First World War.
Jewish Passport from Troki (Lithuania), in German and Yiddish [ca. 1917].
(Scan Courtesy of Etty Lasmann)

Passport in German and Yiddish, Cover

Exterior.

Passport in German and Yiddish, Pages

Interior pages.

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