The Bund Abroad in the Postwar Jewish World

@article{Slucki2009TheBA,
  title={The Bund Abroad in the Postwar Jewish World},
  author={David Slucki},
  journal={Jewish Social Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={16},
  pages={111 - 144}
}
  • David Slucki
  • Published 1 October 2009
  • History
  • Jewish Social Studies
The Jewish Labor Bund in Poland was destroyed during the Holocaust, and efforts to resurrect the shattered party on Polish soil were thwarted with the advent of communism in 1949. With several thousand bundists now dispersed to all corners of the globe, the International Jewish Labor Bund was established in 1947, the first time in the Bund’s 50-year history that it had organized across geographic borders. This article examines the circumstances surrounding the Bund’s decision to restructure and… 
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