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Revised and updated version of a paper originally published in the periodical of the Jewish National and University Library, On Books and People.

Abstract

After the fall of the Communist regimes in Eastern Europe, large depositories of Hebraic manuscripts in the former Soviet Union were opened to Western scholars. In this paper, the major collections are surveyed, with special emphasis on the Baron Guenzburg collection in the Russian State Library in Moscow and the microfilming activities of the Jewish National and University Library in Russia and Ukraine in general and in Moscow in particular.

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