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Ayara shehayta Olkanik
Publisher: Hebrew Reali School in Haifa, 1967
Ernest G. Fine
This is a translation from: Ayara shehayta Olkanik
(Olkeniki: a Town that Existed),
Publisher: Hebrew Reali School in Haifa,
with the participation of the Associations of Olkeniki Jews (H 69 pages)
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Translated by Sara Mages
|The economic situation of the Jews in Eastern Europe||7|
|Industry, Craft and Clerical Work in Olkeniki||8|
|Vocational training for the workers||10|
|Legend and reality in the town of Olkeniki||12|
|Opening remarks Students||14|
|The town of Olkeniki||15|
|The Jewish community in the Diaspora||17|
|Mutual aid in the town||19|
|The educational systems in the Jewish communities||24|
|Beit-Yosef Yeshiva (Novardok/Navahrudak)||32|
|Interviews with former town residents||33|
|Pictures from Olkeniki||42|
|The role of the synagogue in the life of the Jewish community||43|
|The Great Synagogue in Olkeniki||45|
|The Talmud-Torah societies||47|
|The Simchat-Torah holiday that was called off||48|
|The Zionist Movement||51|
|The Youth Movement||57|
|The Lithuanian Division||59|
|A Torah Scroll A memorial candle||67|
|We will remember||68|
|The memorial ceremony Book of remembrance||69|
Cover photo Baruch Elihai
Was published by the administration of the Hebrew Reali School of Haifa, with the participation of the Association of Olkeniki Jews.
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