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April 08, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soviet Union Reported to Renew
Support for the Study of Yiddish

NEW YORK — The tests over the limited Soviet
Soviet government is now support of Yiddish in recent
encouraging the study of years, compared with the
Yiddish, a language still extensive backing given to
spoken by approximately the languages of other
250,000 Jews in the USSR, minorities.
Among the moves in favor
the New York Times has re-
of Yiddish, the Times re-
ported.
Citing Western spe- ported that a 40,000-word
cialists who observe Jewish Russian-Yiddish dictio-
cultural trends in the Soviet nary, originally announced
Union, the Times said that for publication in 1979, has
the new emphasis on Yid- been rescheduled for 1984; a
dish was due in part to pro- Yiddish • primer has been

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published; and an advanced
Yiddish study course has
been established in Mos-
cow's Gorky Institute of Lit-
erature. The moves come at
a time • when departures of
Jews wishing to emigrate
from the Soviet Union have
slowed to a trickle.
Language data pub-
lished in the May 1981
issue of the journal Soviet
Jewish Affairs indicated
that there were 250,000
Yiddish speakers among
the Soviet Jewish popu-
lation, which numbers 1.8
million, according to. the
1979 Soviet census. The
journal is published by
the Institute of Jewish
Affairs, an affiliate of the
World Jewish Congress.
The new • dictionary,
promised for publication in
the last quarter of 1984, was
in fact, largely completed in
1948, according to Dr.
Lukasz Hirszowicz, the
journal's editor. In that
year, Soviet leader Joseph
Stalin brought Jewish cul-
tural life to an abrupt halt
with the arrest of 24 promi-
nent Yiddish writers and
other prominent Jews. The
writers were executed in
1952. No previous
Russian-Yiddish dictionary
has been printed in the
Soviet Union.

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