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RG-17.01, Wartime Jewish Periodicals, Poland

RG-17.02, Postwar Periodicals, in Polish and Russian languages

RG-17.03, Periodicals in Yiddish

RG-17.04, LIFE magazine collection, 1939 -- 1940

RG-17.05, Periodicals published in France, 1940 -- 1945

RG-17.06, Yugoslavian Prewar and Wartime Publications

RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers

RG-17.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian. Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, August 1942. Photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting.

RG-17.09, Swiss Wartime Newspapers

RG-17.10, Italian Wartime Publications

RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime

RG-17.12, Chwila

RG-17.13, Dilo, 1918 -- 1939

RG-17.14, Nazi Inter-War News, Illustrated News

RG-17.15, Sygnaly (Signals), 1933-1939

RG-17.16, Short Note About the Oldest Synagogue in Egypt, Ben Ezra, 1973

RG-17.17, Jewish youth of Izbaca before the Holocaust

RG-17.18, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, I

RG-17.19, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, II

RG-17.20, Herbert Lothar Aron Papers

RG-17.21, Prewar Austria periodicals

RG-17.22, Tagespot, Austrian newspaper, reflection of Anschluss, 12 March 1938



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Title: Prewar and Wartime Periodicals, 1918-1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1918 -- 1939

ID: RG-17/RG-17

Primary Creator: Illustrated News

Other Creators: Loen, Cornelius, Pravda (The Truth), the main Soviet daily, organ of the Communist Party of the USSR (1946)

Extent: 0.0

Arrangement:

The arrangement scheme for the record group was imposed during processing in the absence of an original order. Materials are arranged by subject/creator, then by identifier, as assigned by the processor.

Record group is comprised of eighteen collections and two items, the collections of which are: 1. Collection of wartime Jewish periodicals in Poland; 2. Collection of postwar periodicals; 3. Collection of periodicals in Yiddish; 4. Collection of publications by the Allied powers; 5. Collection of French publications; 6. Collection of Yugoslavian prewar and wartime publications; 7. Collection of Hungarian wartime newspapers; 8. Collection of German wartime newspapers; 9. Collection of Swiss wartime newspapers; 10. Collection of Italian wartime publications; 11. Collection of Los Angeles wartime publications; 12. Prewar Chwila publications; 13. Prewar Dilo publications; 14. Collection of Nazi interwar news publications; 15. Prewar Sygnaly publications; 16. Cornelius Leon collection of wartime periodicals; 17. Herbert Lothar Aron papers; 18. Collection of prewar Austrian publications.

Languages: Polish, Ukrainian, German, Yiddish, French, Hungarian, Serbian, Croatian, Russian, English

Abstract

Prewar, waratime and postwar periodical publications reflects on the European affairs of the first half of the 20th century. Polish and Ukrainian dailies of the interwar time are most fully represented

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This record group is comprised of periodicals and publications, published in at least ten languages, from before, during, and soon after the Second World War. There are collections of newspapers and magazines in Yiddish; Yugoslavian wartime newspapers; Hungarian wartime newspapers; German-Nazi prewar and wartime newspapers; Italian prewar and wartime newspapers; newspapers published by the French Resistance; American wartime and postwar newspapers; and British wartime and postwar newspapers. A special collection of Los Angeles-based newspapers, published in the 1930s and in the 1940s, reflects international affairs and the Jewish predicament in Europe as the National Socialists attained power in Germany. This collection is exhibited in the museum halls.

The wide spectrum of European and American media in this record group reflects regional and European explications of the interwar and wartime period and the developments in each. Prewar and wartime perspectives of various political forces are well represented within these materials, for example prewar Jewish (published in Polish) and Ukrainian periodicals represent the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, Polish-Ukrainian, Ukrainian-Jewish and Polish-Ukrainian relations in Eastern Galicia.

Materials in this record group includes periodicals, which are comprised of narratives, illustrative photo-publications, magazines, and informational bulletins. Prewar Eastern Galician editions contain chronicles of the trials, analytical articles and political agitation, often election-related. Periodicals are partially digitized.

Biographical Note

Illustrated News was a German economic propaganda publication.

Administrative Information

Repository: Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Access Restrictions: No restrictions

Use Restrictions:

Copyrighted materials, credits to and references to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust are required

Digital copies might be available upon request

Preferred Citation: RG-17, Prewar, Wartime, and Postwar Periodicals. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Archive.

Processing Information: Materials are primarily described using the local descriptive standards of the LA Museum of the Holocaust.


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[Folder 1: RG-17.01, Wartime Jewish Periodicals, Poland, 1940 -- 1941],
[Folder 2: RG-17.02, Postwar Periodicals, in Polish and Russian languages, 1945 -- 1946],
[Folder 3: RG-17.03, Periodicals in Yiddish, 1930s --1940s],
[Folder 4: RG-17.04, LIFE magazine collection, 1939 -- 1940, 1939 -- 1940],
[Folder 5: RG-17.05, Periodicals published in France, 1940 -- 1945, 1940 --1945],
[Folder 6: RG-17.06, Yugoslavian Prewar and Wartime Publications, 1938 --1945],
[Folder 7: RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers, ca 1942],
[Folder 8: RG-17.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian. Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, August 1942. Photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting., 1941 -- 1943],
[Folder 9: RG-17.09, Swiss Wartime Newspapers, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 10: RG-17.10, Italian Wartime Publications, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 11: RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime, 1933 -- 1944],
[Folder 12: RG-17.12, Chwila, 1919 -- 1939],
[Folder 13: RG-17.13, Dilo, 1918 -- 1939, 1918 -- 1939],
[Folder 14: RG-17.14, Nazi Inter-War News, Illustrated News, 1930s],
[Folder 15: RG-17.15, Sygnaly (Signals), 1933-1939, 1933 -- 1939],
[Folder 16: RG-17.16, Short Note About the Oldest Synagogue in Egypt, Ben Ezra, 1973, 1973],
[Folder 17: RG-17.17, Jewish youth of Izbaca before the Holocaust],
[Folder 18: RG-17.18, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, I, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 19: RG-17.19, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, II],
[Folder 20: RG-17.20, Herbert Lothar Aron Papers],
[Folder 21: RG-17.21, Prewar Austria periodicals, 1931--1946],
[Folder 22: RG-17.22, Tagespot, Austrian newspaper, reflection of Anschluss, 12 March 1938, 12 March 1938],
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Folder 7: RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers, ca 1942Add to your cart.

Materials about military and political affairs in the course of the Second World War

Hungarian Wartime Newspapers, 8 Orai Ujsag (8 O'clock News), September 18, 1942.

Headline and front page about Stalingrad. “Berlin reports: The Fall of Stalingrad is around the Corner”. Battle of Stalingrad, August 23, 1942 – February 2, 1943

This article describes the current state on the Eastern front line on September 18, 1942. The article desribes Stalingrad as "possibly the biggest battle of the War".

Subject/Index Terms:
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Hungary (1939--1945)
Hungarian, language
Hungarian history
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-17.07.01,Wartime newspapers, Hungarian newspaper, Headlines, Battles around Rzhev, Operation Seydlitz (July 2-23, 1942), Soviet counter-attacks and defeats at Voronezh, Oryel, and Volkhov, 12 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Hungarian wartime newspaper headlines from July 12, 1942. Hungarian newspaper headlines from July 1942, reporting on the battles around Rzhev, in particular about Operation Seydlitz (July 2-23, 1942). Further headlines include: the unsuccessful Soviet counter-attacks and defeats at Voronezh, Oryel, and Volkhov in July 1942.

German article about Murmansk: "Escort Train on its Way to Murmansk"

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Hungary (1939--1945)
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Egypt (Africa)
British offensive in Egypt
Soviet Red Army, armed forces, Soviet
Murmansk (USSR)
El Alamein (Egypt)
Rzhev (USSR)
Voronezh (USSR)
Orel (USSR)
Volkhov (USSR)
July 1942
Newspaper, German
Orel (Czechoslovakia)
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Eastern Front, Summer of 1942 Campaign, German offensive in southern Russia
Periodicals in German language
Periodicals, Hungarian
Battle in North Africa
Warfare in northern Africa, 1942 -- 1943
Armed Forces, British
North African Campaign, 10 June 1940 -- 13 May 1943
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Hungarian periodical
Periodicals in German (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-17.07.02, Wartime newspapers, Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), Hungarian newspaper, July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

An article from the Hungarian wartime newspaper titled Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), July 1942.

Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), Hungarian newspaper, July 1942. Two pages.

Founder: Sandor Petho. Headlines about Miklos Kallay’s (Hungarian prime minister until Nazi Germany occupied Hungary in March 1944) July 1942 speech in the Hungarian House of Representatives about Novi Sad and Delvidek (Serbia’s formerly Hungarian Vojvodina territory) and about Milan L. Popovics’s speech also about the Delvidek. Hungarian soldiers killed about 3000 Serbian and Jewish civilians in Novi Sad and Delvidek in January 1942.

Article about the vote in the Hungarian Upper House about the expropriation of Jewsih property.

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Hungary (1939--1945)
Magyar Nemzet (The Hungarian Nation), Hungarian periodical
Sandor Petho, Founding Editor-in-Chief of Magyar Nemzet
July 1942
Miklos, Kallay (1887--1967)
Novi Sad (Serbia)
Delvidek (Kingdom of Hungary)
Vojvodina (Serbia)
Milan L. Popovic, Yugoslav Parliamentarian
Expropriation of Jewish Property
Ujvidek (Hungary: Region)
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian wartime newspaper)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-17.07.03, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian newspaper, Article, death of Hungary's Deputy Regent, Istvan Horthy, August 20, 1942. His death occurred on the Eastern Front in an unexplained plane crash in his MÁVAG Héja plane,, ca 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

A page from a Hungarian wartime newspaper from August 20, 1942.

This article reports about the death of the Deputy Regent of Hungary, Istvan Horthy, August 20, 1942, whose death occurred on the Eastern Front in an unexplained plane crash in his MÁVAG Héja plane.

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Hungary (1939--1945)
Magyar Nemzet (The Hungarian Nation), Hungarian periodical
Deputy Regent of Hungary
Horthy, Istvan (1904-1942)
Horthy, Miklós, 1907-1993
August 1942
August 20, 1942
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Plane Crash
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Hungarian Wartime Newspaper (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-17.07.04, Wartime newspapers, Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), Hungarian newspaper, ca 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A page from the Hungarian wartime newspaper titled Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), ca 1942.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Hungary (1939--1945)
Magyar Nemzet (The Hungarian Nation), Hungarian periodical
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian wartime newspaper)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-17.07.05, Wartime newspapers, Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), Hungarian newspaper, 23 July 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

An article from the Hungarian wartime newspaper titled Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), July 23, 1942.

Founder: Sandor Petho. An article about a Nazi German article published in the official paper of the SS (Schutzstaffel), Das Schwarze Korps (The Black Corps). Title of original article: “The Kremlin’s Genghis Khan”. The Hungarian article summarizes the original German, describing the “mindless” Soviet resistance. Additional photos about the Soviet navy and fleet are included in this file. These photos are from an unnamed German newspaper.

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Hungary (1939--1945)
Magyar Nemzet (The Hungarian Nation), Hungarian periodical
Sandor Petho, Founding Editor-in-Chief of Magyar Nemzet
Schutzstaffel (SS)
Das Schwarze Korps, official newspaper of the German SS, 1936
Soviet Red Army, armed forces, Soviet
Soviet Navy (USSR)
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, Second World War
Baltic States
Magyar Nemzet, editorial articles and program articles, 1939 -- 1945
Soviet Navy, Baltic Fleet (USSR)
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian wartime newspaper)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-17.07.06, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian newspaper, Headlines, Photos, 10 August 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Headlines from a Hungarian wartime newspaper from August 10, 1942. Photos from a German newspaper of unknown source.

August 10, 1942. Headline about Gandhi’s and the Indian National Congress leaders' detention. Another headline about the German and Allied forces being 400 kilometers away from the Caucasus (Battle of the Caucasus July 25, 1942-May 12, 1944). Additional photos from a German newspaper of the Caucasus.

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Hungary (1939--1945)
Gandhi, Mahatma
Gandhi's arrest, India, Hungarian newspaper, 1942
Indian National Congress
Battle of the Caucasus (July 1942 - May 1944)
Caucasus (USSR)
British colonialism, India
India (1939 -- 1945)
Political unrests in India
India (British Commonwealth)
Budapest (Hungary)
Documents in Hungarian language
Eastern Front, Summer of 1942 Campaign, German offensive in southern Russia
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Soviet Red Army, armed forces, Soviet
German Armed Forces, Wehrmacht
Battle for Crimea, the USSR, 1941 -- 1942
Crimea (Peninsula: Ukraine)
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
Moscow (the USSR)
Photographs, Second World War
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Hungarian Wartime Newspaper (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-17.07.07, Wartime newspapers, German articles and Hungarian headlines about the pressure on Brazil to join fight at the Solomon Islands, August 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Clippings of newspaper articles in German and the first half of the front page of the Hungarian newspaper titled Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation), August 1942. The clippings are about the pressure placed on Brazil to join the fight at the Solomon Islands during the Second World War and the offensive at Dieppe, France.

Source or exact date of articles in German is unknown. However, based on the content, they date to August 1942.

Hungarian headlines about the English disembarkation attempt at the French coast. Source: Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian Nation. Founder: Sandor Petho). Date: August 20, 1942.

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Magyar Nemzet (The Hungarian Nation), Hungarian periodical
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Hungary (1939--1945)
German newspaper
German, language
Sandor Petho, Founding Editor-in-Chief of Magyar Nemzet
Brazil (Southamerica)
Solomon Islands (Asia)
Solomon Islands, United States and Japan
Dieppe (France)
US and British offensive at Dieppe, France, 1942
August 1942
Battle of Guadalcanal, 1942--1943
Guadalcanal campaign, 1942--1943
Naval War in the Pacific, United States and Japan
The War in Pacific in the course of the Second World War, 1941 -- 1945
Magyar Nemzet, editorial articles and program articles, 1939 -- 1945
Armed Forces, British
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian wartime newspaper)
Hungarian Wartime Newspaper (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-17. 07.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian; Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

German and Hungarian wartime newspaper clippings regarding the Chinese offensive and Brazil's entry into the Second World War, Stalingrad, 1942.

Additional photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting.

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Hungary (1939--1945)
German newspaper
German, language
Aerial Attack, Second World War
Aerial Warfare, Second World War
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
Catafalque
Deputy Regent of Hungary
Eastern Front, German military campaign
Entry of Brazil into the Second World War
Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
German warfare in Stalingrad
Horthy, Istvan (1904-1942)
Horthy, Miklós, 1907-1993
Japanese war against China, 1930s --1945
Regent of Hungary
The War in Pacific in the course of the Second World War, 1941 -- 1945
War in China and Japan
Wiesbaden (Germany)
Creators:
Hungarian Wartime Newspaper (1939-1945)
German newspapers (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-17.07.09, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian newspaper, Article about the death of the Deputy Regent of Hungary, Istvan Horthy, 20 August 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An article from a Hungarian wartime newspaper about political circumstances and the prime minister, Kallay Miklos, ca 1942.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Horthy, Miklós, 1907-1993
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Hungary (1939--1945)
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-17.07.10, Wartime  newspapers, Hungarian, German, photos, In the hell of Stalingrad, The German artillery, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
One German and one Hungarian newspaper clipping from 1942. The German clipping is a photograph of the destruction of a building in Stalingrad and the Hungarian clipping is of a large warfare weapon of the German artillery.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
German warfare in Stalingrad
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Hungary (1939--1945)
German newspaper
German, language
Germany (1939--1945)
Photographs
German Artillery
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Eastern Front, Summer of 1942 Campaign, German offensive in southern Russia
Photo-documents, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Aerial Photograph
Battle of Stalingrad, 1942 -- 1943, photo-documents
Battle of Stalingrad, reflection or coverage in Nazi-German periodical
Photographs, cities
The USSR (1941--1945)
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Hungarian Wartime Newspaper (1939-1945)
Wartime Newspaper in German (1939-1945) (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-17.07.11, Wartime newspapers, German, Berliner Boersen-Zeitung (Berlin Stock Exchange Newspaper), Hungarian headlines, 2 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

A clipping from the German newspaper Berliner Boersen-Zeitung (Berlin Stock Exchange Newspaper), Spetember 2, 1942 and a clipping from a Hungarian newspaper, 1942.

September 2, 1942, Headlines and an article about Roosevelt. Hungarian Headlines from September 6, 1942, of unknown source. Berliner Boersen-Zeitung, B.B.Z., BBZ. Publication dates: July 1, 1855 – August 31, 1944. In 1933, BBZ bought the Berliner Börsen-Courier (December 31, 1933), a left-liberal daily newspaper published from 1868 to 1933. Eventually, BBZ itself became merged with the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (DAZ) – the German Public Newspaper in 1944. BBZ headlines about Nazi Germany’s occupation of Anapa, in today’s Russia, about additional incursions into Stalingrad’s fortifications. BBZ article about Roosevelt: “Ein Schwätzer wünscht Schweigen” (“A Babbler Wishes for Silence”). Hungarian headlines about the attack of thirty-forty Soviet bombers against Budapest and other cities, and about the on-call ordainment of Hungarian air defense.

Subject/Index Terms:
Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Berlin (Germany)
Germany (1939--1945)
Hungary (1939--1945)
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
German newspaper
German, language
Soviet Red Army, air forces
Berliner Boersen Zeitung (The Stock Exchange of Berlin), German periodicals
Berliner Borsen Zeitung (The Stock Exchange of Berlin), German periodicals
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (DAZ)
Anapa (USSR)
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
Budapest (Hungary)
Aerial Attack, Second World War
Battle of the Caucasus (July 1942 - May 1944)
Caucasus (USSR)
Eastern Front, Summer of 1942 Campaign, German offensive in southern Russia
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
American politics, 1939 -- 1945
Battle of Stalingrad, reflection or coverage in Nazi-German periodical
Periodicals in German language
Creators:
Hungarian Wartime Newspaper (1939-1945)
NSDAP, National Socialist German Workers' Party (1933 -- 1945)
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Berliner Börsen Zeitung, Berliner Financial Newspaper, German
Wartime Newspaper in German (1939-1945) (1939-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-17.07.12, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian, 8 Orai Ujsag (8 O'clock News), 18 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

An article from the Hungarian wartime newspaper titled 8 Orai ujsag, September 1942.

8 Orai Ujsag (8 O'clock News), September 18, 1942. Headline and front page about Stalingrad. “Berlin reports: The Fall of Stalingrad is around the Corner”. Battle of Stalingrad, August 23, 1942 – February 2, 1943

Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Hungary (1939--1945)
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
German warfare in Stalingrad
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
Berlin (Germany)
Optimism of German success at Stalingrad, as depicted by Orai Ujsag
Report of 125 American casualties in Africa and Europe, 1942
Moscow (the USSR)
London (England)
Washington D.C. (United States)
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Destruction of the city of Stalingrad, report from Orai Ujsag
Reports from Berlin, Orai Ujsag
Geopolitical situation in Europe, 1941 -- 1944
8 Orai Ujsag, 8 O'clock News, Hungarian periodical, 1939 -- 1945
8 Orai Ujsag, Hungarian newspaper (circa 1942)
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
8 Órai Ujság, newspapers, Hungarian
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-17.07.13, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian, Oraiujsag, 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A Hungarian wartime newspaper titled 8 Orai Ujsag, September 1942.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Hungary (1939--1945)
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Óraiujság (Hungarian wartime newspaper) (1942)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-17.07.14, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian, Pesti Ujsag (Pest News). German, Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung, BIZ, Photo of Stalingrad, 30 September 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A Hungarian wartime newspaper titled Pesti Ujsag (Pest News), 1942, headlines only. Below the Hungarian headlines an aerial photograph of a completely destroyed Stalingrad is visible.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian Politics, Second World War
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Hungary (1939--1945)
Wartime Publication, Second World War
Newspaper Article
Newspaper, Hungarian
Hungarian, language
Battle of Stalingrad (1942-1943)
German resistance in Stalingrad
German warfare in Stalingrad
Pesti Ujsag (Hungarian national socialist wartime newspaper, 1939-1945)
Szalasi, Ferenc, 1897-1946
Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung (BIZ, weekly illustrated magazine)
German, language
Berlin (Germany)
Aerial Photograph
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Destruction of the city of Stalingrad, report from Orai Ujsag
Photographs, cities
Eastern Front, Summer of 1942 Campaign, German offensive in southern Russia
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Arrow Cross Party, Hungarian national socialist movement led by Ferenc Szalasi, 1935 -- 1945
Flooding of the Yellow river (China), 1942
Arrow Cross symbol on Hungarian periodicals
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet prediction of a terrible winter, Winter 1942
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Hitler speech, German
Creators:
Hungarian political organizations (ca 1942)
Pesti Ujság (Hungarian national socialist wartime newspaper, 1939-1945) (1939-1945)
Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung (weekly illustrated magazine) (1892-1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-17.07.15, Wartime newspapers, Hungarian, A Mai Nap(Daily News), “Vacating Rostov and Voroshilovgrad”,German,“The Battle of Kharkov”, 17 February 1943Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Wartime newspapers, Hungarian, A Mai Nap (Daily News), “Vacating Rostov and Voroshilovgrad”. German, “The Battle of Kharkov/Kharkiv”, February 17, 1943. Map of changing front lines: 1941-1943. Two page document. Second page: French article, “Revue de la Presse Turque”. Two articles in German: “Madam Chiang Kai-shek in Washington” and “Serious Aerial Attack on Wilhelmshaven”.
Subject/Index Terms:
Hungarian, language
German, language
French, language
A Mai Nap (Today's Day), newspaper, Hungarian
Rostov (Russia)
Voroshilovgrad (Ukraine)
Kharkiv (Kharkov, Ukraine)
Soong May-Ling (Madame Chiang Kai-Shek)
Washington D.C. (United States)
Wilhelmshaven (Germany)
Warfare in the light on Hungarian periodicals
Hungarian periodicals of the wartime, editorial and program articles, 1939 -- 1945
Geopolitical situation in Europe, 1941 -- 1944
Eastern Front, the German War against the USSR, 1941 -- 1945
Eastern Front, Summer of 1942 Campaign, German offensive in southern Russia
newspaper clippings
Explanations, maps
Military maps, the Second World War, USSR, 1941-1945
War-theater maps
Military maps, the Second World War, 1939-- 1945
Chiang Kai-Shek, Chinese military and political leader, (1887--1975)
Aerial Attack, Second World War
Kriegsmarine (navy of Nazi Germany)
Royal Air Force
Creators:
French periodicals (1939-1945)
Periodicals in German (1939-1945)
A Mai Nap, newspaper, Hungarian

Browse by Folder:

[Folder 1: RG-17.01, Wartime Jewish Periodicals, Poland, 1940 -- 1941],
[Folder 2: RG-17.02, Postwar Periodicals, in Polish and Russian languages, 1945 -- 1946],
[Folder 3: RG-17.03, Periodicals in Yiddish, 1930s --1940s],
[Folder 4: RG-17.04, LIFE magazine collection, 1939 -- 1940, 1939 -- 1940],
[Folder 5: RG-17.05, Periodicals published in France, 1940 -- 1945, 1940 --1945],
[Folder 6: RG-17.06, Yugoslavian Prewar and Wartime Publications, 1938 --1945],
[Folder 7: RG-17.07,  Hungarian Wartime Newspapers, ca 1942],
[Folder 8: RG-17.08, Wartime newspapers, German, Hungarian. Chinese offensive, entry of Brazil into the war, August 1942. Photos from Hungarian newspaper(s). One photo is of Istvan Horthy’s (Deputy Regent of Hungary) catafalque, son of Miklos Horthy, Regent of Hungary from March 1, 1920 to October 15, 1944. The second photo depicts an officer meeting., 1941 -- 1943],
[Folder 9: RG-17.09, Swiss Wartime Newspapers, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 10: RG-17.10, Italian Wartime Publications, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 11: RG-17.11, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Examiner, wartime, 1933 -- 1944],
[Folder 12: RG-17.12, Chwila, 1919 -- 1939],
[Folder 13: RG-17.13, Dilo, 1918 -- 1939, 1918 -- 1939],
[Folder 14: RG-17.14, Nazi Inter-War News, Illustrated News, 1930s],
[Folder 15: RG-17.15, Sygnaly (Signals), 1933-1939, 1933 -- 1939],
[Folder 16: RG-17.16, Short Note About the Oldest Synagogue in Egypt, Ben Ezra, 1973, 1973],
[Folder 17: RG-17.17, Jewish youth of Izbaca before the Holocaust],
[Folder 18: RG-17.18, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, I, 1939 -- 1945],
[Folder 19: RG-17.19, Cornelius Loen, collection of wartime periodicals, II],
[Folder 20: RG-17.20, Herbert Lothar Aron Papers],
[Folder 21: RG-17.21, Prewar Austria periodicals, 1931--1946],
[Folder 22: RG-17.22, Tagespot, Austrian newspaper, reflection of Anschluss, 12 March 1938, 12 March 1938],
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