The show centers around a group of disparate characters who unite to fight for a common cause; these characters include, among others, a Zionist, a Bundist
, a rabbi, the daughter of a reviled convert, and a warrior from Eretz Israel (this cultural response is the only one to acknowledge the different ideologies that contributed to the resistance, whereas other representations tend to generalize).
As Sloin shows in fascinating examples he found in the archives, even in the latter 1920s the exact line between Menshevik/Trotskyite, Bundist
, and (proper) communist ideals was not always clear, even among party members.
Legacy After the Second World War: "Real" Place Versus "Displaced" Time
Szer's father was not in that number; he was a Bundist
rather than a communist, was deeply suspicious of the Soviets and was eventually arrested by the NKVD.
Born into a Yiddish-speaking Bundist
family, Rosenfarb wrote almost exclusively in Yiddish out of fidelity to the lost Jewish community of her youth.
He previously published On Socialists and "the Jewish Question" after Marx (1992) and Bundist
Counterculture in Interwar Poland (2009), and edited Jewish Politics in Eastern Europe: The Bund at 100 (2001).
The son of socialist (Bundist
) leaders murdered by Nazis, survivor of the Lodz ghetto, Auschwitz, and Dachau, the doctor knew starvation.
In 1907, pushed by the Bundist
and Zionist ethos of working with the "'Jewish masses," the OPE established a pedagogical institute in Grodno.
Two delegates of Jewish origin, the former Bundist
Maria Frumkina and Avrom Merezhin for the newly established Jewish Section [Yevsektsia) of the Soviet
of New York) argues that any attempt to understand the successes of the Bund must take into account the wider constellation of movement organizations associated with the Bundist
counterculture, including the Bundist
youth movement, the Bundist
children's movement, the Bundist
movement for physical education, the Bund's women's organization, and the Medem Sanatorium (an institution for children at risk of contracting tuberculosis).
I saw Leo's selectivity in action during a 1992 visit, when I had the privilege of observing his band performing at a "Bundist
" dance party.
initiative group met on 28 March at the Jewish Library and resolved to support the new government.