Objects & Places from The Gates of November: Chronicles of the Slepak Family

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Russia

This was a country filled with political strife.

New York

This was a place where people joined a revolutionary circle.

Philadelphia

This was a city known for helping refuseniks.

Kopys

This was where Solomon was born.

Yeshiva

This was the academy for higher Jewish learning.

Vladivostok

This was considered Russia's gateway to the Pacific and was the location of the Bolshevik press in 1918.

Chita

This place was where someone lived while trying to obtain an exit visa.

Moscow

This place was where someone was born and later lived while trying to obtain an exit visa.

Tokyo

This was where a husband and wife lived when the husband was sole representative of Soviet Russia.

Tsokto-Khangil

This was a small town located in Siberia and was where someone served his exile, living in harsh conditions.

Israel

This was...

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