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Broit un ehre

 

Broit un ehre

Broit un ehre ('Bread and Honour') was a Yiddish-language Labour Zionist biweekly newspaper published in Argentina 1909-1910.[1][2] It was launched towards the end of 1909.[3] Broit un ehre was published by the local Poale Zion nucleus, which had been founded in 1907.[4] Pinie Katz served as the editor of Broit un ehre, and León Jazanovich as its director.[1][5] Jazanovich was a well-known Poale Zion leader, who had arrived in Argentina in July 1909.[3]

Only seven issues of Broit un ehre were published, but the publication was noted for being one of the most prestigious of the Poale Zion movement.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b Dujovne, Alejandro. Cartografía de las publicaciones periódicas judías de izquierda en Argentina, 1900-1953
  2. ^ Waisman, Sergio Gabriel. Leaving. [Oakland, CA]: InteliBooks, 2004. p. 67
  3. ^ a b c Schallman, Lázaro. Historia del Periodismo judío en la Argentina. [Buenos Aires]: Oficina Sudamericana del Comite Judío Americano, Instituto de Relaciones Humanas, 1970(?).
  4. ^ Bilsky, Edgardo J., Gabriel Trajtenberg, Ana Epelbaum de Weinstein, and Marḳ Ṭurḳoṿ. El movimiento obrero judio en la Argentina. Buenos Aires: Centro de Documentación e Información sobre Judaísmo Argentino "Marc Turkow", 1987. p. 37
  5. ^ Feierstein, Ricardo. Historia de los judíos argentinos. Buenos Aires: Planeta, 1993. p. 329


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