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And here, suddenly, the picture of Babi Yar became clear to me.
Babi Yar, a ravine outside the city of Kiev, was first named in historical accounts in relation to its sale by an old woman ("baba") to a Dominican Monastery in 1401.
Abbas Amanat (USA), and Todd Lawson (Canada), published important books and articles in the emergent field of Babi studies.
Erna--always referred to locally as 'Frau Kirchner' though the two had never married--would suffer a nervous breakdown after she and Babi ran outside to discover the painter's lifeless body near the Ruesch farmhouse.
NEW YORK -- In the 10 years since husband and wife Sachin and Babi Ahluwalia started their home textiles company Ankasa, the brand has become well-known for producing intricately detailed, hand-embroidered textiles that fuse fashion with home.
Jones shares vocal duties with studio veteran Babi Floyd.
13 mainly deplore Russia's anti-Semitism, from the massacre of several tens of thousands of minorities in Bielostok in 1905 to the killing of untold numbers of Jews, Russians, and Ukrainians by Germans in the valley of Babi Yar during the Second World War.
Bollywood actress Parveen Babi was found dead in her suburban Mumbai home Jan.
BOLLYWOOD superstar Parveen Babi, who played the siren in dozens of movies, was found dead at her home yesterday.
1) The Babi movement met with much official resistance, both from Qajar and clerical authorities, as it recruited new adherents and became a significant insurgency movement.
This abundantly illustrated volume is a comprehensive catalog of those deities from Osiris and Amun to Babi and Ba-Pef.
In today's International Herald Tribune they report on the first reparation payments for slaves captured during the Second World War, the Russians who mark the 61st anniversary of the invasion of their country by Hitler and the Pope who is visiting the monument at Babi Yar, a ravine on the outskirts of Kiev where the Nazis massacred more than 30,000 Jews in two days.