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The story of Jewish life in the shtetls (villages) of Eastern Europe is told by some of the last remaining eyewitnesses, the great-grandmothers and grandfathers from this devastated Yiddish world, whose numbers dwindle every day. Through their words, the cities and shtetls of Eastern Europe come alive again, accompanied by archival films, vintage photographs and traditional klezmer and cantorial music.
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PBSA Yiddish World Remembered DVD
 
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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Wonderfully informative.

By vostrarose

from Omaha, NE

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Comments about PBS A Yiddish World Remembered DVD:

Respectful and informative, it brought tears to my eyes and at the same time envy for the pride of faith and culture.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

For Generations To Come...

By Dawna-Jo

from Long Beach, CA

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It is a fear that one day history will be jaded. When documentaries such as this come along, it is a blessing. A record of our Jewish heritage is not only important for the "Now" generation, but for generations to come.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Stunning

By Mishkela

from Ohio

Comments about PBS A Yiddish World Remembered DVD:

No wonder this won an Emmy award... truly brilliant filmmaking. Mazaltov.

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