Marvin Zuckerman is the author of seven books and many articles; Professor of English and Yiddish, and Chair Emeritus of the English Department and Dean Emeritus, Los Angeles Valley College. Translator of Bernard Goldstein’s memoir, Twenty Years with the Jewish Labor Bund: A Memoir of Interwar Poland, Purdue University Press, 2016.
Socialism in Yiddish: The Jewish Labor Bund in Sweden
by Hakkan Blomqvist
Translated by Blomqvist and Glasser
(Stockholm, Sodertons University, 2021)
The Jewish Labor Bund in Stockholm, Sweden, marching with the Swedish Social-Democrats on the First of May 1946
If one knows anything . . .
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Children at the Medem Sanatorium reading the Bund’s daily newspaper, the Folkstsaytung
Secularism and enlightenment swept through the insular world of East European Jewry, starting in the middle of the 19th century, and ending in the 20th with the . . .
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The Jewish Labor Bund, from its beginning, described itself as a Marxist, revolutionary party, wanting thus to place itself in the camp of those opposed to the reformist tendencies in the world socialist movement.
The political legacy of the Jewish Labor Bund.