Doktor Veitsman

Mark Vishniak


The people were hardworking, sprightly, and seasoned. They sailed all the way to Danzig and Memel and back, and knew the worth of merchandise as well as of people. The Jewish population made a living primarily in the lumber industry: they hired workers for merchants, transported wood, served as brokers for the buying and selling of forest dachas…

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