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Sygnaly (The Signals), editorial board and contributors (1933 --1939) | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Name: Sygnaly (The Signals), editorial board and contributors (1933 --1939)

Historical Note:

Sygnaly (the Sygnals) was a left-wing social-cultural montly, published in Lwow (Lviv) in 1933 -- 1939. Editor-in-Chief was Karol Kuryluk. The editorial board included Tadeusz Banas, Aleksander Baumgardten, Stanislawa Blumenfeld, Halina Gorska, Tadeusz Hollender, Anna Kowalska, Stefan Kawyn, Andrzje Kruczkowski, Boleslaw Lewicki, Marian Prominski and Stanislaw Rogowski.

Young literati from Lwow (Lviv) and surroundings wrote for the journal. They were Erwin Axer, Stanslaw Lec, Czeslaw Milosh, Debora Vogel, Miroslaw Zulawski, Maria Dabrowska, Bruno Schulz, Leopold Stafl, Andrzej Strug, Julian Tuwim and Jozef Witlin.

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