Russia's lost tribe
Posted by: Lakefield ()
Date: September 14, 2004 03:05PM

Anyone who has information on them, please share.

Thank you

Russia's lost tribe
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: September 14, 2004 09:39PM

Have you attempted a Google search?

And searched both Google and the Google listserves?

Someone in a Slavic Studies Department of a major univerity might also help.

But only if you have a specific question and can provide search terms.

Russia's lost tribe
Posted by: Sylvia ()
Date: September 14, 2004 11:20PM


Hey Lakefield,

There are several web sites listed on Google. Here is one I found:

I haven't studied the Khazar tribe, but from what I have read, a lot of Europeans have at little a little Jewishness in their backgrounds because of Jews leaving Israel at various times in history. The name of one of my great-great grandmothers was Maria Golding. I don't think that there are too many non-Jewish people who have 'Gold' in their surnames.

Also, one of my friends found out that she is part Jewish just a few years ago. Her grandmother told her that she was part German Jewish before she died. She just hadn't told her because it was a problem to her due to the prejudice against Jews during her life growing up in England. So, you know, we might all be a little Jewish and just not know it!



Russia's lost tribe
Posted by: Lakefield ()
Date: September 18, 2004 03:43PM

Thanks. I've tried some searches, but the information I'm seeking is proving to be elusive.

It's a diff one from the Khazars.

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