Journey to Vaja : reconstructing the world of a Hungarian-Jewish family / Elaine Kalman Naves.

Northeastern Hungary was once full of places like the village of Vaja, where Jews had farmed for generations. Elaine Naves's ancestors had tilled Hungarian soil since the eighteenth century. They had married into similar farming families and maintained a lifestyle at once agricultural, orthodox...

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Main Author: Naves, Elaine Kalman
Format: eBook
Published: Montreal ; London : McGill-Queen's University Press, ©1996.
Series:McGill-Queen's studies in ethnic history ; 25.
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