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Records Relating to DP camps publications | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

This Collection comprises various editions published in Displaced Person Camps by local committees and societies. Largely, the language of publications is Yiddish. The following list of publications exemplifies the content of this collection,

RG-02.01: Displaced persons publication.  "On the Freedom."  Vol. I, Nr. 1.  From original museum record:  "a magazine issued by the Center of the former Jewish political establishment in Stuttgart."  In Yiddish.  23 pages.

RG-02.02: Displaced persons publication.  "Our Voice."  Vol. 4.  From the Central Jewish Committee, Bergen-Belsen.  In Yiddish with English annotation.  68 pages.

RG-02.03: Displaced persons publication.  "Our Voice."  Vol. 5.  From the Central Jewish Committee, Bergen-Belsen.  In Yiddish.  32 pages.

RG-02.04: Displaced persons publication.  "The Jewish Review by and for Liberated Jews in Germany."  Articles, poetry, songs.  In German.  32 pages.

RG-02.05: Displaced persons publication.  "Our Yahrzeit."  Written and published to commemorate Yahrzeit of  Cientaszów (Tzentashovo), a town in Poland.  In Yiddish.  25 pages.

RG-02.06: Displaced persons publication.  Magazine for the United Revisionists in the British Zone.  In Yiddish.  71 pages.

RG-02.07: Displaced persons publication.  "The Bridge.”  Newspaper of the Internment and Work Camp Langwasser."  Nr. 2, 1947.  In German.  6 pages.

RG-02.08: Displaced persons publication.  "Ibergang.,"  Nr. 33, pp. 5-6.  In Yiddish.

RG-02.09: Free Again, a Journal, published by the liberated Jews in the D. P. Center, Stuttgart, Germany, No. 2, January 1946. In Yiddish, 60 pages.

RG-02.10: From the Last Extermination, Journal for the History of the Jewish People During  the Nazi Regime, Editor Israel Kaplan. Published by the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in Bavaria (US Zone), No. 3, 1946. In Yiddish, 102 pages.

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