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This postcard is a good example of the bi-linguality of the Bund in Poland and the Baltic States during the Interbellum. This Polish postcard must have had its Yiddish counterpart which does not... [Collection item]
Graphic design for the May 1st festivities of the Bund in Poland. [Collection item]
In interbellum Poland the Bund not only operated as political party but was also very active in the socio-cultural field. The proceeds of these stamps went to the Medem club to finance a library, the... [Collection item]
 First page of the brochure and list of publictions. At the end of most pamphlets the Bund and the Jewish anarchists published a list of previous publications and of those which were to appear in the... [Collection item]
Click to see an enlarged picture, additional information and following pages if availableORT : Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training O.R.T. : Gezelshaft tsu farshpreyten handverkeray un... [Section]
Click to see an enlarged picture, additional information and following pages if availableBundist election placards being posted Bundist election posters     [Section]
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Polish craftsmen were hired by the British Virginia Company to settle in Jamestown, Virginia Colony (founded 1607) and manufacture high-quality glassware and pitch. In 1619 the first elections for... [Item of the Day]
In 1980 there were at least 20.000 residents of Polish parentage living in Sweden. Sweden was one of Poland’s most important partners in Northern Europe, politically, economically and culturally.... [Item of the Day]

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