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Poetry in hell Yiddish poetry in the Ringelblum Archives / translated by Sarah Traister Moskovitz.

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    Poetry in Hell is a web site dedicated to the poets, both in the Warsaw Ghetto and elsewhere whose poetry, under the leadership of Emanuel Ringelblum, was secretly collected by the members of the "Oneg Shabbat Society," preserved and buried in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Nazi occupation. The efforts of the Oneg Shabbat Society were to document life in the ghetto for future generations. The poetry in this website was found postwar, buried in milk cans and photographed onto microfiche by the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland in conjunction with support from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
    Variant Title
    Warsaw ghetto poems from the Ringelblum Archives
    Format
    Online resource
    Published
    [S.l.] : Sarah Moskovitz, 2010-
    Locale
    Poland
    Warsaw
    Other Authors/Editors
    Moskovitz, Sarah. translator.
    Ringelblum-Archiv.
    Description
    Website published in 2010.

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    Language
    English
    External Link
    http://poetryinhell.org
    Physical Description
    1 Website.

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    Record last modified:
    2011-08-23 08:40:00
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