By Leon Majaro,Simon Majaro
Leon Majaro was once born in Odessa, had all his education there and studied medication on the collage of Odessa. As a witness to special occasions, together with the Russo-Japanese battle, the S.S. Potemkin mutiny and an incredible pogrom opposed to the Jewish inhabitants, he has been capable of supply a vibrant description of lifestyles in a really vivid urban in its heyday. He additionally conveys intimately the hardships and chaos of the Russian military battling at the Turkish entrance throughout the First global War.
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From Odessa to Jerusalem by Leon Majaro,Simon Majaro