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Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez

Isabella Ginor, former Soviet/Russian affairs specialist for Ha’aretz newspaper, and Gideon Remez, former head of foreign news at Voice of Israel radio, have for more than twenty years been researching the political, military and intelligence involvement of the USSR and post-Soviet Russia in the Middle East. Their award-winning publications include Foxbats over Dimona: The Soviets’ Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War (Yale, 2007) and The Soviet-Israeli War, 1967-1973 (Hurst/Oxford, 2017).

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Mirra Burovsky-Eitingon

Mirra Burovsky was the first Jewish actress to star in the mainstream Russian theater. Her stormy life and career brought her to center stage of Jewish cultural, intellectual, and social ferment in Tsarist and revolutionary Russia, Weimar Germany, and mandatory Palestine. Her third marriage, to psychoanalytist Max Eitingon, and the career of her son Yuli Khariton, “the father of the Soviet atomic bomb,” created the background for a continuing espionage controversy.

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