[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Sports [predominantly, avade, for Yiddish speakers--Untershames] Between the Wars

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Oct 13 12:03:19 EDT 2009

Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

Oct. 13,2009

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Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2009 20:50:57 EDT
From: Yitztyco at aol.com
Subject:  Organized club and intermural sports in Central and Eastern 

I am working on a paper about Jews in Central and Eastern Europe and their 
participation in organized club sports as well as intramural sports. I 
want to interview those who participated in any of the following or those 
who are the children (grandchildren) of the participants who remember 
stories. I am also interested in getting (copies) of any photos and 
memorabilia like sport/game programs, ticket stubs, letters, awards, etc. 
The following specific events I am interested in.

The 1931 International Workers Olympics in Vienna.

The First Maccabiah Summer Games in Tel Aviv, Palestine in 1932.

The First Maccabiah Winter Games in Zakopane, Poland 1933.

The Second Maccabiah Summer Games in Tel Aviv, Palestine in 1935

The Second Maccabiah Winter Games in Banska Bystrica, Czechoslovakia 1936

General sports in Eastern Europe.

Please call me (619) 255-1651) or email me at yitztyco at aol.com

a sheynem dank, Yale Strom
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