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 (09-010.31-F) -  Shelf Number: MDV 585

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Date: December 13, 2005

Participants: Kaplan, Abram Davidovich; Interviewed by Dov-Ber Kerler, Dovid Katz, Moyshe Lemster.

Location recorded: Mohyliv-Podil’s’kyy, Vinnyts'ka Oblast', Ukraine

Language: Yiddish

Culture Group: Jews, Yiddish-speakers, Ukrainians

 Recording Content:   

Continuation of formal interview with Abram Davidovich Kaplan. (Part 2 of 3. See MDV 584 and Accession # 09-007.06-F MDV 185) Kaplan briefly speaks about post-war Jewish life, as well as pre-war traditional Jewish foodways, visiting Yiddish theaters and Chabad Hasidim. Today in Mohyliv-Podil’s’kyy, according to Kaplan, there are 360 Jews. Emigration has slowed and stabilized, and there are even some immigrants who have returned to the town. The rest of the interview consists of a survey of sociolinguistic questions.

Cities and towns mentioned on this tape: Mohyliv-Podil’s’kyy, Chernivtsi