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Jacob Apelberg, who survived a labor camp in the Soviet Union to become a Yiddish language preservationist, dies

Jacob Apelberg, who escaped the clutches of the Nazi Germany invasion into Poland only to be sent to a labor camp in the Soviet Union and eventually became a preservationist of the Yiddish language and culture, died of a stroke Sept. 11 at Northwest Hospital in Randallstown.

Source: The Baltimore Sun County News

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