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Translated into English from the original Yiddish, Kiddush Hashem (literally meaning, "Sanctification of the Name" and referring to one who dies as a Jewish martyr) is a magnificent, gripping tale of one Jewish family's fate during the infamous pogroms in the Ukraine in 1648.
©1966 Sholem Asch Literary Estate; (P)2001 Jewish Contemporary Classics, Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • Iojeved Olegnowicz de Katz
  • 08-03-09

Kiddush Ha Shem

It felt like a mix between the Isaac L. Perez, The Lord of the Rings and Surrealistic Images all in this well narrated, well written Historical novel about the Jews in Russia and Poland during the Pogroms by the Cozacs.

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