Yiddish

Yiddish is a derivative of medieval German, spoken by Jews in Europe.  It is written in the Hebrew script and sounds not unlike modern German. It can be heard today quite frequently in performances of klezmorim musical groups.  On display is the Old Testament, published in Chicago in 1918.    #548

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Outside binding and cover of a dark book Page of text

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