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    Jewish Almanac 1957-1958 (Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia)

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    Radovi ovog „Almanaha” odnose se na filološke i folklorne teme; jevrejske javne radnike koji su u isto vreme bili i značajni, elitni intelektualni lideri u Jugoslaviji; priloge koji svedoče o brojnom učešću i velikom herojstvu jugoslovenskih Jevreja u Narodnooslobodilačkoj borbi; saradnji sa jugoslovenskim Jevrejima koji žive u Izraelu. Zahvaljujući nagradnim konkursima Saveza za radove s jevrejskom tematikom, u književnom delu „Almanaha” objavljeni su prilozi jevrejskih ali i nejevrejskih autora.The articles of this "Almanac" refer to philological and folklore themes; Jewish public workers who, at the same time, were significant, elite intellectual leaders in Yugoslavia; contributions that testify to the numerous participation and great heroism of Yugoslav Jews in the National Liberation War; cooperation with Yugoslav Jews living in Israel. Thanks to the competitions of the Jewish Association, contributions from both Jewish and non-Jewish authors have been published in the literary section of the Almanac.Umetnička oprema korica Milana Žarkovića - crteži prema ostacima Mariborskog geta.Štampano u 1600 primeraka

    Our choirs

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    Jevrejski hor osnovan je u proleće 1952. godine u Beogradu. Motiv je bio poziv jevrejskoj zajednici Jugoslavije da pošalje jedan pevački hor na „Prvi svetski festival jevrejskih horova“ u Izrael u leto 1952. godine. Nešto kasnije osnovani su i jevrejski horovi u Zagrebu i Sarajevu, a 1957. godine jevrejski dečiji hor u Subotici. Pored okupljanja, vežbanja i međusobnog druženja, učešća na opštinskim priredbama i akademijama, horovi su imali i samostalne koncerte. Hor je više puta gostovao u Izraelu, gde je dobio veoma pozitivne kritike. Isto tako od velikog značaja bila su i gostovanja naših horova po raznim zemljama Evrope - Austriji, Mađarskoj, Švajcarskoj, Belgiji, Francuskoj i Italiji.The Jewish Choir was founded in the spring of 1952 in Belgrade. The motive was an invitation to the Jewish community of Yugoslavia to send one singing choir to the "World's first Jewish Choir Festival" in Israel in the summer of 1952. Later, Jewish choirs were founded in Zagreb and Sarajevo, and in 1957, a Jewish children's choir in Subotica. In addition to gathering, practicing and socializing, participating in municipal events and academies, the choirs also had solo concerts. The choir has repeatedly visited Israel, where it has received very positive reviews. Also of great importance were the performances of our choirs in various countries of Europe - Austria, Hungary, Switzerland, Belgium, France, and Italy

    Tok velike reke

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    Književni deo “Jevrejskog almanaha“ u kome je objavljena priča Davida Filipa "Tok verlike reke", odnosi se na literarne radove sa jevrejskom tematikom iz oblasti istorije, književnosti, umetnosti, memoarske građe i Holokausta. Neki od radova iz ove rubrike objavljuju se po prvi put, neki su objavljeni i na drugim mestima a neki su delovi većih celina (zbirki, romana, memoarske građe, dnevnika i sl.).The literary section of the "Jewish Almanac" where is published story "Tok velike reke" by Filip David, refers to literary works on Jewish topics in the fields of history, literature, art, memoirs, and Holocaust. Some of the works in this section are published for the first time, some have been published elsewhere and, some are parts of larger entities (collections, novels, memoirs, diaries, letters, etc.)

    Mržnja

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    Književni deo “Jevrejskog almanaha“ u kome je objavljena pesma Ine Jun-Broda "Mržnja", odnosi se na literarne radove sa jevrejskom tematikom iz oblasti istorije, književnosti, umetnosti, memoarske građe i Holokausta. Neki od radova iz ove rubrike objavljuju se po prvi put, neki su objavljeni i na drugim mestima a neki su delovi većih celina (zbirki, romana, memoarske građe, dnevnika i sl.).The literary section of the "Jewish Almanac" where is published poem "Mržnja" by Ina Jun-Broda, refers to literary works on Jewish topics in the fields of history, literature, art, memoirs, and Holocaust. Some of the works in this section are published for the first time, some have been published elsewhere and, some are parts of larger entities (collections, novels, memoirs, diaries, letters, etc.)

    Ambulance at the Banjica camp

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    Banjički logor imao je dve ambulante, žensku i mušku, koju je vodio zatvorenik dr Bukić Pijade, ali pod stalnim nadzorom upravnika logora Vujkovića. SS-lekar dr Jung jednom nedeljno obilazio je logor pa i ambulantu . Svaki njegov dolazak značio je izvođenje jedne manje ili veće grupe na streljanje. Lekova u ambulanti nije bilo. Poneki aspirin, po koja injekcija kalcijuma ili glikoze, to je uglavnom bilo sve. Najčešće bolesti su od septembra 1942. do juna 1944. bile: dizenterija, tuberkuloza, reumatizam, zapaljenje zglobova, grip. Bilo je slučajeva angine, jedan slučaj šarlaha, koga su hitno prebacili u pritvoreničko odeljenje Zarazne bolnice. Nemci su se veoma plašili epidemija. U januaru 1943. pojavila se epidemija pegavca, a u samom logoru sprovedene su mere za sprečavanje širenja ove epidemije.The camp had two ambulances, a female and a male one, led by the prisoner Dr. Bukić Pijade, but under the constant supervision of the camp warden Vujković. SS-doctor Dr. Jung visited the camp once a week and even the ambulance. Every his arrival meant shooting one smaller or larger group. There were no medicines in the ambulance. Some aspirin, for which calcium or glycose injection, was basically everything. The most common diseases from September 1942 to June 1944 were: dysentery, tuberculosis, rheumatism, joint inflammation, influenza. There were cases of angina, one case of scarlet fever, which they were urgently transferred to the detainee unit of the Infectious hospital. The Germans were very afraid of epidemics. In January 1943, a spotted fever epidemic occurred, and measures were taken in the camp to prevent the spread of this epidemic

    About Adolf Eichmann verdict

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    Članak je štampana verzija razgovora Dušana Nedeljkovića i Ante Kesića o njihovim utiscima sa suđenju Adolfu Ajhmanu, jednom od najvećih zločinaca fašističke Nemačke koju je emitovala Jugoslovenska radio-televizija, Studio Zagreb, TV program 17. decembra 1961. godine.The article is a printed version of a conversation between Dusan Nedeljković and Ante Kesić about their impressions with the trial of Adolf Eichmann, one of the greatest criminals of fascist Germany, broadcast by Yugoslav Radio-Television, Studio Zagreb, TV program on December 17, 1961

    Sources of law in Israel

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    "Današnja teritorija Izraela bila je tokom ovog stoleća hronološki pod tri suvereniteta: kao Palestina potpadala je do kraja Prvog svetskog rata pod Otomansko carstvo; od 1922. do 1948. njom je upravljala Velika Britanija snagom mandata Društva naroda, a od narodnooslobodilačkog rata 1948. god. sačinjava samostalnu državu Izrael. Tako se i pravo u Izraelu transformisalo od muslimanskog poimanja prava Kurana pre svega, preko engleskog do prava nezavisne, parlamentarne i demokratske države Izrael...""The present-day territory of Israel was chronologically under three sovereignties during this century: as Palestine, under the Ottoman Empire to the end of World War I; from 1922 to 1948 it was governed by the United Kingdom under the mandate of the League of Nations and, since the Liberation War (1948) constitutes an independent state of Israel. Thus, the law in Israel has transformed itself from a Muslim understanding of the Koran's rights, first of all, through English law to the independent, parliamentary and democratic state of Israel ...

    Theaters in Israel

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    Izraelska publika voli pozorište i posećuje ga. To podstiče glumačke ansamble i domaće autore da se usavršavaju, a književni hebrejski jezik cveta na izraelskoj sceni. Tri pozorišta se posebno ističu. "Habima" je najstarije pozorište koje daje predstave na hebrejskom jeziku i koje je pionir modernog hebrejskog teatra. Njegova postojbina bila je Moskvi, Rusija. Osnovano je 1918. godine, a preselilo u Palestinu 1928. godine. "Teatron hakameri" radi od kraja 1944. godine. To je najveći kulturni i umetnički centar Izraela. Radničko pozorište "Ohel" je pozorište osnovano 1925. godine, još pre no što se Habima preselila iz Rusije u Erec-Jisrael i kao prvo redovno pozorište u zemlji postoji 37 godina.Israeli audiences love and visit the theater. It encourages acting ensembles and native authors to perfect themselves, and literary Hebrew flourishes in the Israeli scene. Three theaters stand out in particular. "Habima" is the oldest theater that produces plays in Hebrew, and is the pioneer of modern Hebrew theater. His headquarters was in Moscow, Russia. It was founded in 1918 and moved to Palestine in 1928. The "Teatron hakameri" has been worked since the end of 1944. It is Israel's largest cultural and artistic center. The "Ohel" Workers' Theater was established in 1925 before Habima moved from Russia to Erec-Yisrael and has been the first regular theater in the country for 37 years

    Konsulov odlazak (Odlomak iz "Travničke hronike")

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    Književni deo "Jevrejskog almanaha" u kome je objavljen odlomak "Konzulov odlazak" iz romana "Travnička hronika" Ive Andrića, odnosi se na literarne radove sa jevrejskom tematikom iz oblasti istorije, književnosti, umetnosti, memoarske građe i Holokausta. Neki od radova iz ove rubrike objavljuju se po prvi put, neki su objavljeni i na drugim mestima a neki su delovi većih celina (zbirki, romana, memoarske građe, dnevnika i sl.).The literary section of the "Jewish Almanac" where is published "Konzulov odlazak" from the book "Travnička hronika" by Ivo Andrić, refers to literary works on Jewish topics in the fields of history, literature, art, memoirs, and Holocaust. Some of the works in this section are published for the first time, some have been published elsewhere and, some are parts of larger entities (collections, novels, memoirs, diaries, letters, etc.)

    Nisim Čelebon piše svoju biografiju

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    Književni deo “Jevrejskog almanaha“ u kome je objavljena priča Žaka Konfina "Nisim Čelebon piše svoju biografiju", odnosi se na literarne radove sa jevrejskom tematikom iz oblasti istorije, književnosti, umetnosti, memoarske građe i Holokausta. Neki od radova iz ove rubrike objavljuju se po prvi put, neki su objavljeni i na drugim mestima a neki su delovi većih celina (zbirki, romana, memoarske građe, dnevnika i sl.).The literary section of the "Jewish Almanac" where is published story "Nisim Čelebon piše svoju biografiju" by Žak Konfino, refers to literary works on Jewish topics in the fields of history, literature, art, memoirs, and Holocaust. Some of the works in this section are published for the first time, some have been published elsewhere and, some are parts of larger entities (collections, novels, memoirs, diaries, letters, etc.)
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