Obituary: Ofer Bar-Yosef (August 8, 1937–March 14, 2020)

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Like the novelist Amos Oz and the poet Yehuda Amichai, Ofer Bar-Yosef grew up in Jerusalem as the British Mandate came to a close and waves of Jewish immigration transformed the region.

Obituary: Jean Combier (1926–2020)

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Older issues: MGfU Reports #1-28 are available via the GFU website.

Please direct any questions to N.J. Conard, M. Bolus or a member of the editorial board.

Editor-in-Chief

Nicholas J. Conard

Editor

Michael Bolus

Editorial Board

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In diesen seltsamen Zeiten mag es nicht gerade ermutigend sein, in Jean Combier im März dieses Jahres den ersten an oder mit dem Corona-Virus Verstorbenen der südlichen Bourgogne (Saône-et-Loire) verzeichnet zu haben.