Die Woch

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Die Woch (Yiddish: די וואָך, 'The Week') was a Yiddish-language weekly newspaper published from Tel-Aviv. The newspaper was founded on March 22, 1959, as a 12-page tabloid.[1] Die Woch was an organ of Mapai. Y. Magen was the editor of the newspaper.[2] The newspaper was sold for 200 Israeli pruta.[1]

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  1. ^ a b JTA. New Yiddish Weekly Started in Israel; Fifth Publication in Yiddish
  2. ^ Braunthal, Julius (ed). Yearbook of the International Socialist Labour Movement. Vol. II. London: Lincolns-Prager International Yearbook Pub. Co, 1960. p. 242