Bella Abramovna and the Jewish People's University - rajeon.org
By Dr. Yvette Alt Miller When Bella Abramovna, a young Jewish girl in the Soviet Union, was six, someone gave her a middle school math book. It was a huge volume with thousands of mathematical problems. Bella had solved them all within a month. Bella lived with her mother in World War II-era Moscow. When...
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