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Songs about Shtern:
Di Varshever Shtern (Warsaw Stars) by Vira Lozinsky from the Album Wondrous Way (Wunderweg)
Falt a shtern by Eva Golgevit from the Album Eva Golgevit chante toujours
Motif from Vayser Shtern by Michael Kieran Harvey from the Album The Songs They Sang
Shtern by Beyond The Pale from the Album Postcards
Sotto la tua bianca stella/ unter dayne shtern by Gastone Pietrucci - La Macina from the Album Aedo malinconico ed ardente, fuoco ed acque di canto vol.2
Under Your Starry Heaven, Pt. 1 (Unter Dayne Vayse Shtern 1) by Cantor Robert Abelson & Mimi Stern-Wolfe from the Album The Songs They Sang
Under Your Starry Heaven, Pt. 2 (Unter Dayne Vayse Shtern 2) by Deborah Kayser from the Album The Songs They Sang
Books about Shtern:
Mickey, I'm Talking to You - By: Shay Shtern-hebrew Books/israeli Literature by Shay Shtern (2012)
By Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern The Golden Age Shtetl: A New History of Jewish Life in East Europe by Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern (Apr 14, 2014)
Intellektual'naya igra: 90-e gody KhKh veka (V.Rybakov, S.Loginov, B.Shtern) (Russian Edition) by Elena Klokova (Nov 15, 2013)
Shtern Fartog by Zalman Shazar (1966)
Bar Kokhva: Der zuhn fun dem shtern : oder Di letste teg fun Yerusholaim : a muzikalishe melodrama in raymen .... by Abraham Goldfaden (Jun 14, 2010)
Jews in the Russian Army, 1827-1917: Drafted into Modernity by Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan published by Cambridge... (0010)
Core C++ Software Engineering Approach (00) by Shtern, Victor [Paperback (2000)] by Shtern (2000)
Wiki information Shtern:
Grigori Mihailovich Shtern was a Soviet officer in the Red Army and military advisor during the Spanish Civil War. He also served with distinction during the Soviet-Japanese Border Wars and the Winter War.
The Birobidzhaner Shtern is a newspaper published in both Yiddish and Russian. in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast of Russia. It was set up in the November of 1930 in Birobidzhan to cater for the newly arrived Jewish immigrants. Henekh Kazakevich was...