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Letter to Irwin Silber, editor of "Sing Out", Feb. 13, 1963
Feb. 13, 1963
Letter sent by Ruth Rubin to Irwin Silber (editor of Sing Out) preparing the publication of her English translations of Yiddish songs. She mentions the Jewish Resistance under the German occupation and the historical debates regarding this topic, using songs as "the most dramatic evidence of a constant resistance in many forms."
Ruth Rubin's Papers
YIVO RG 620 box 39
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
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