- The Jew
A weekly magazine (1917-1941)
"The Jew" touched on the daily politics in interwar Yugoslavia (following the goings-on in its capitals) and how the everyday politics touched upon Jews in all areas of Yugoslavia. Secondly, it kept up a continuous 'intergationist' (assimilationist) vs Zionist debate, clearly standing on the side of the latter; thirdly it followed anti-Semitic incidents in the country, as well as news from the Jewish worlds outside of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
Zagreb's National University Library (all copies); Zagreb Jewish Community library (most copies); The Croatian State Archive (some).
USHMM (tbc, throughout 2014/ 2015)
Jurlina Petra, Jewish political identity in interwar Yugoslavia : whose flag to hoist?, Central European University, 2008, MA Thesis (advisor Prof. M. Miller); Goldstein Ivo, Zidovi u Zagrebu 1918.-1941., Novi Liber, 2004.
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