Page 274 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 45

Basic HTML Version

2 6 6
JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
n y p ,'w,
0
smK
0
ayaya-ixoiznxs r s ly^nya^x-iKS opyr ns a ^ p sx
.(1982-1906) BO^nWT
ny*T ixa nx -ixs ■nxVon r x i r x ' ^ y i s — nVa r x o m .yunn> ,'puiNUttNn*
.1986 , n s .V/ ^ax-Vn .” oy nymsxnax’axonx jy’siVxryvnyaxopx
,’p r n n Vx-ifcr :.iy"i / t t n o
IpHnan^asxa rx aitf”
r s yoa’^ya ’*r .nnbu> ^piNn-uiNntfU?*
/ t t
270
.1987'rntfn ^ax-Vn .iVns
rx yosy’rDJsy-ixs T*ny',D ritf ^yamyiV’tf rx lmyaipxi
iyayTys^yn ^yamtp
vw',v \
r s na’&n x tra .oyxxp^ais yayp’Wi&S
/'pxn or^xoo r s nxrya Vira o r ’S'^y
* S
t r a u s s
-M
a r k o
, S
h l o m o
.
The history of the Jewish community in postwar
Poland.
Tel Aviv, 1987. 270 p.
Documentary study, including a list of “Yiddish authors who were
miraculously spared from execution by Stalin.”
r*?isa laomstf tzrva nyn^ansi o^arn na’tzn .owsnnx /7N>n> /purny*
p ym om x losntrtTX rx lyantrx r s na’tzn—aViyn man*?a ’nwr a
ntrona'rxn ^ u n T .man^a-D^yr y r p lornx l^ns rx
nnx
.1986-rarcn ,nnp"ini rVis ’t i t nrrVm -ipnVp ia n ^ t z n T a nnayn
.raiVio nn r s
*iVti
i v i
tra / t t
22
,190
* S
z e i n t u c h
, Y
e c h ie l
,
comp.
List of newspapers and periodicals in Yiddish
published in Poland between the two world wars.
Jerusalem, The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, Center for the Study of Polish Jewish His­
tory and Culture, 1986. xxii, 190 p. Assisted by Vera Solomon.
n u n s t ,
v
*5
n
*
u n
*3
MEMOIRS, BIOGRAPHY
lsxtf r« lay1?
tt
anyaaycni .a / .biya ,iNibyppN-:nyaipp>rn
/
tt
433 ,26 .1986 /Tjxssia nyaayomi .a / ,*?xy-it)3xa .1938-1878
.py-itnxs ,.ooiV»x
r!T r s p n im a x ,-iyamtt rzrr?,'tp,,?ns pomxa r s rsx-ax^a
.a . \ /pxpi^xji p n r r s n y n s onxn x„
t ix
oaya .-lyosxo
rsx -u x ^ a p yp’sy^onx ix rx /pn jnp -iyi r s Vrsrc rx nyaayo^n
.pnyri onyaayo’m .a / r s
W
e i s s e n b e r g
- A
k s e l r o d
, P
e a r l
.
I.M. Weissenberg; his life and works,
1878-1938.
Montreal, I.M. Weissenberg Book-Fund, 1986. 433,
xxvi p., illus., ports.
Biography of a prominent Polish Yiddish writer, by his daughter.
With an introd. by Isaac Goldkorn, “I.M. Weissenberg in the mirror