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May 11, 1973 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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Israeli Scholars Plan
Jewish Translation
of Bible Into Russian

JERUSALEM — The first
translation of the Bible into
Russian will be undertaken
by scholars at the Mosad
Harav Kook in Jerusalem
under the joint auspices of
the religious and absorption
ministries, it was announced
in Jerusalem.
Contracts were sign e d
Tuesday and initialed by Min-
isters Zerach Warhaftig and
Natan Peled.
The Bible will appear in
three volumes with Hebrew
and Russian texts running
parallel.
Warhaftig noted that all
previous renditions of the
Bible into Russian had been
done by Gentiles and this
would be the first Jewish
tr
ation.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 11, 1973-5

Connally to Speak

Community Urged to Form
Economic Partnership With
Israel at the Trade Fair

NEW YORK — John B.
Connally, former governor of
Texas and secretary of the
U.S. Treasury under Nixon,
will he guest speaker at the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America
diamond jubilee dinner, May
27, at the New York Hilton,
National interest is being shown in the Israel Trade it was announced by Harold
Fair curently being conducted at the Jewish Center.
M. Jacobs, president of the
With more than 50 national and local industrial firms Orthodox Union.
as participants, the Trade Fair dis-
plays basic products from Israel.
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Irwin I. Green chairman of the
organizing committee, in a statement
urging widest participation in the Trade
Fair by the entire Greater Detroit
Jewish community, pointed to the
need to give encouragement to every
effort to assist Israel economically
"In the remaining two days of the
Trade Fair — this Saturday night and
all day Sunday — it is our hope that
-
members of our community will come
Irwin Green
to the Jewish Center in large numbers
as partners in this great venture," Green said.
Many important functions still are on the program
for the concluding days of the Trade Fair, and the mer-
chandise available includes every imaginable home need,
Green added. (See story Page 17).

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YIVO Stresses Fact of Jewish
Resistance During Holocaust

NEW YORK (JTA) — Two
prominent Holocaust histor-
ians set the study of World
War II Jewish resistance ef-
forts in perspective at the
47th annual conference of the
YIVO Institute for Jewish Re-
search this week 'at the Hotel
Biltmore.
The theme of the week-
long conference is "Two Cri-
ses in Modern Jewish His-
tory: The Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising (1943) and The Rise of
the State of Israel (1948)."
Dr. Isaiah Trunk, YIVO
archivist and co-winner of the
1972 National Book Award
for history, "Judenrat: Jew-
ish Councils of Eastern Eur-
ope Under Nazi Occupation,"
showed how the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising — although
doomed to failure—was not
carried out by "confused, des-
perate victims" but by fight-
ers who believed they and
their fellow Jews might be
saved.
Dr. Trunk cited German
military logbooks of the time
that the Nazis were quite sha-
ken by the rebellion and saw
fit to court-martial their own
officers for allowing it to take
place. Soon after the Nazis
liquidated other ghettos for
fear of similar outbursts.
Gerd Korman, professor of
history at Cornell University

and author of "Hunter and
Hunted," a Holocaust study,
showed how various biases
during the war period ob-
structed understanding of
Jewish resistance and that
only now are scholars in a
position to throw light on the
subject.
As an example, he recalled
newspaper coverage of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising,
which reported the events un-
der religious news next to
the Pope's Easter prepara-
tions. This classification, he
said, hindered viewing Jews
as legitimate resistance fight-
ers.

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