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Memory's Tailor by Lawrence Rudner
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Memory's Tailor

by Lawrence Rudner

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A Jewish tailor journeys across the Soviet Union with a tape recorder, collecting the oral history of Jews. A panoramic portrait of Russia from the Katyn Woods massacre of World War II, to the 1956 Soviet invasion of Hungary.

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