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The capital and largest city of Zambia, situated in the south of the country.

"Approximately 35 Jews now live mainly in Lusaka. The Zambian Copperbelt was an important copper mining and trading area where many Litvaks originally emigrated to from 1880." Chairman: M.C. Galaun, The Council for Zambia Jewry, Ltd., P.O. Box 30020, Lusaka 10101, Tel: 229190, Fax: 221428. The Jews of Zambia Project aims to record the history of the Jews of Zambia. A book on the subject is in the course of publication. 34 John Street, London WC1N 2EU, Courtesy of Dr. Saul Issroff: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it [June 2000]


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