RE: [Cz-L] Jewish Cultural Life in Romania, circa 1936

From: Irene Fishler <>
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2014 01:21:45 +0200
To: "'Steven Lasky'" <>, "'Czernowitz Genealogy and History'" <>
Reply-To: Irene Fishler <>

 Hello Steven,

Here it is at the National Library of Israel

Here are the digitalized issues ( 123) from 1924 to 1939.

Yes, I will still like very much to read it and help, if I can.

Regards from Haifa,

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Steven Lasky
Sent: Saturday, November 22, 2014 11:00 PM
To: Czernowitz Genealogy and History
Subject: [Cz-L] Jewish Cultural Life in Romania, circa 1936

Hello all,

I've used my less-than-stellar ability to translate printed Yiddish to
translate into English an article published in the April 13, 1936 edition of
the Yiddish-language journal "Der literarishe bleter." It was written in Tel
Aviv by journalist Nakhem Mayzel, and is entitled, "The Jewish Cultural Life
in Romania." Unfortunately I didn't scan and copy the entire article at the
time, so it is missing an unknown amount of the text that would complete the
article. You still might like to read it. If those of you who might know
Yiddish, perhaps you can let me know privately what the meaning is of the
few words I left in the text in Yiddish, which I've italicized, that would
be nice.. Bukovina and Czernowitz are mentioned briefly in the article, I
think relating to a school for Jewish girls in the "Morgnroyt palace."

Two questions: First, is there a link to a site where there are copies of
the "Literarishe bleter"? And if so, what is the link?
Secondly, what was the "Morgnroyt," and was it associated with the Bundists,
and if so how?

You can see my translation at

Best to all my Cz'er friends,
Steve Lasky
This moderated discussion group is for information exchange on the subject of
 Czernowitz and Sadagora Jewish History and Genealogy. The opinions expressed
 in these posts are the opinions of the original poster only and not necessarily
 the opinions of the List Owner, the Webmaster or any other members
 or entities connected with this mailing list. The Czernowitz-L list has
 an associated web site at that includes a
 searchable archive of all messages posted to this list. As a result,
 Messages sent to the list are available to the general public within days
 of posting.

Please post in "Plain Text" (help available at:

To remove your address from this e-list follow the directions at:


To receive assistance for this e-list send an e-mail message to:
Received on 2014-11-22 19:16:19

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.2.0 : 2015-01-01 08:25:55 PST