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When first published in 1966, The Jews of Silence touched Western readers with Elie Wiesel's eyewitness account of the perilous position of Jews in Soviet Russia. This revised and expanded edition contains two chapters written after his trips in 1966 and 1972; a new preface; and an afterword by Martin Gilbert describing the state of Russian Jewry in the past twenty years. A historic milestone.