In the nineteenth century the problem was that God is dead; in the twentieth century the problem is that man is dead.

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Irina Adolʹf Bergunker (Leibman)

Irina Adolʹf Bergunker (Leibman)

Irina Adolʹf Bergunker (Leibman)
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Irina Adolʹf Bergunker (Leibman)

(February 12, 1932February 12, 1932 Gregorian
January 30, 1932 Julian
Adar 5, 5692 Hebrew
, Saint Petersburg - December 22, 2010December 22, 2010 Gregorian
December 9, 2010 Julian
Teveth 15, 5771 Hebrew
, Los-Angeles)


(September 21, 1905September 21, 1905 Gregorian
September 8, 1905 Julian
Elul 21, 5665 Hebrew
- )


(April 23, 1905April 23, 1905 Gregorian
April 10, 1905 Julian
Nisan 18, 5665 Hebrew
- January 15, 1983January 15, 1983 Gregorian
January 2, 1983 Julian
Shevat 1, 5743 Hebrew
)


(January 5, 1932January 5, 1932 Gregorian
December 23, 1931 Julian
Teveth 26, 5692 Hebrew
, Saint Petersburg - )


(July 19, 1952July 19, 1952 Gregorian
July 6, 1952 Julian
Tammuz 26, 5712 Hebrew
, Saint Petersburg - )

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