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A bokh


A bokh




[Handwritten note in English on tape log:] The Russian [Song is a pro-Bolshevik song sung in Yiddish & then in Russian. Comments in Yiddish after song, followed by Russian version] Handwritten note on outside of tape box:] Interview (song recall) with Sh. Kacerginsky, [sic Kaczerginsky] Vilna Ghetto Partisan. [Tape log handwritten in Yiddish alef-beyz on 3 index cards.] [Kaczerginsky explains that the song was sung in Vilna before the war, 1936, 1937]


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