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Związek Literatów i Dziennikarzy Żydowskich w Polsce (Sygn. 368)

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    Minutes, reports, programs, correspondence, personal files of members and staff of the Association, as well as candidates applying for membership. These materials contain information related to the pre-and-postwar life of individual persons. Also included are financial files, such as preliminary budgets, approved budgets and cash reports, as well as other financial documents. The last part consists of records of the Jewish Theater Council.
    Alternate Title
    Farajn fun Jidisze Literatn un Żurnalistn in Pojln
    Association of Yiddish Writers and Journalists in Poland
    inclusive:  1944
    Credit Line
    Forms part of the Claims Conference International Holocaust Documentation Archive at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This archive consists of documentation whose reproduction and/or acquisition was made possible with funding from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
    Collection Creator
    Zwi?zek Literatów i Dziennikarzy ?ydowskich w Polsce
    The Związek Literatów i Dziennikarzy Żydowskich w Polsce [Association of Jewish Writers and Journalists; Farajn fun Jidisze Literatn un Żurnalistn in Pojln] in Poland was one of the first Jewish institutions that was established in Lublin when it was liberated from Nazi occupation already in 1944. Among the founders were: Lejb Rochman, Jehuda Elberg, Efraim Siedlecki, Ruben Feldszuh, Grzegorz Jaszuński, Jehoszua Szlajen, Władek Godik and Jonas Turkow, who was appointed as chairman. Initially the Association was seated in Lódź, and then relocated to Warsaw. Its number never exceeded 50 members, with the vast majority having survived the war in the USSR. Anyone who published ten works in the Hebrew or Yiddish language, as well as authors of renowned books or translators of books that were at least 300 pages could become a member of the Association. About 23 volumes of poetry and prose were published by the end of 1949.
    Cohen N., Przyczyny emigracji pisarzy jidysz z Polski (1945-1948), [w:]

    Cohen N., The Renewed Association of Yiddish Writers and Journalists in

    Grabski A. i Rusiniak M., Żydowscy komuniści po holokauście wobec

    Grabski A., Działalność komunistów wśród Żydów w Polsce (1944-1949),

    Ruta M., Tematy literatury jidysz w Polsce lat 1945-1949. Rekonesans

    Nalewajko-Kulikov J., Obywatel Jidyszlandu. Rzecz o komunistach w

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    Publication or copying of more than several documents for a third party requires the permission of the Żydowski Instytut Historyczny imienia Emanuela Ringelbluma.

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    Source of acquisition is the Żydowski Instytut Historyczny im. Emanuela Ringelbluma. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the digitized collection via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum International Archival Programs Division in Jan. 2016.
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