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  • Shtetl - Wikipedia

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    Shtetl is defined by Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern as "an East European market town in private possession of a Polish magnate, inhabited mostly but not exclusively by Jews ...

  • Shtetl | Definition of Shtetl by Merriam-Webster

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    Soutine, born in a shtetl in the Lithuanian part of Russia (now Belarus) in 1893, the tenth of eleven children in a family of menders (a caste below tailors), was an ...

  • Shtetl | Define Shtetl at Dictionary.com

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    Shtetl definition, (formerly) a Jewish village or small-town community in eastern Europe. See more.

  • Shtetl - Jewish Virtual Library

    https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/shtetl

    Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism.

  • What Were Shtetls? | My Jewish Learning

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    The Shtetl in Jewish History. Modern Jewish Religion and Culture. Modern Jewish History. Jewish History and Community.

  • Virtual Shtetl | POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

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    Shtetl became a symbol of Jewish life before the Holocaust. The clusters of wooden houses marked by mezuzahs, shops, schools and synagogues for a busy week resounded ...

  • Shtetl - definition of shtetl by The Free Dictionary

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    shtetl (shtĕt′l, shtāt′l) n. pl. shtetls or shtet·lach (-läKH) A small Jewish town or village in Eastern Europe, especially before World War II. [Yiddish ...

  • YIVO | Shtetl

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    The Yiddish term for town, shtetl commonly refers to small market towns in pre–World War II Eastern Europe with a large Yiddish-speaking Jewish population.

  • Shtetl | FRONTLINE | PBS

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    Story of how the population of a Jewish shtetl in Poland was wiped out in the Holocaust.

  • shtetl - Wiktionary

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    shtetl (plural shtetls or shtetlach or shtetlech or shtetlekh) A Jewish village or small town, especially one in Eastern Europe. 1992, Will Self, Cock and ...

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