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Yiddish by the Sea

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Pre-World War Two Odessa is seen today in Tablet Magazine by contributing editor Wesley Yang as an immaculate crossroads of the European margins, dominated by the ultimate marginal people of Europe; as the port city that produced both Trotsky and Jabotinsky, but also an indigenous libertine culture that was killed when its Jews were.

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