Nasz Przegląd

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Nasz Przegląd
Nasz Przegląd 15.7.1938.jpg
Typedaily newspaper
FoundedMarch 25, 1923 (1923-03-25)
LanguagePolish language
Ceased publicationSeptember 20, 1939 (1939-09-20)
HeadquartersWarsaw
Countryinterwar Poland
Circulation20000 to 50000

Nasz Przegląd ('Our Review') was a Polish-Jewish newspaper with Zionist leanings.[1] The newspaper was published between March 25, 1923 and September 20, 1939.[2][3] Nasz Przegląd was the most well-known Polish-Jewish newspaper in interwar Poland. It was noted for its quality of writing and staunch Polish-Jewish stance.[4] It was issued daily from Warsaw.[5] The editorial team of Nasz Przegląd consisted of personalities that had been working with previous Polish-Jewish press outlets, Opinia Żydowska, Głos Żydowski and Dziennik Poranny.[3]

Estimates of its circulation ranged from 20,000 to 50,000. The newspaper had a significant non-Jewish readership.[3] Nasz Przegląd staunchly claimed independence from political parties, carrying the label 'Independent Organ' in its byline.[3]

Between 1926 and 1930 Nasz Przegląd had a supplement for children, Mały Przegląd ('Little Review'). It was edited by Janusz Korczak.[6][7] and appeared weekly on Fridays.[8]

Isaac Deutscher worked for the newspaper in the 1920s.[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shore, Marci. Caviar and Ashes: A Warsaw Generations's Life and Death in Marxism, 1918-1968. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006. p. 138
  2. ^ Jewish Historical Institute. „Nasz Przegląd”. Organ niezależny
  3. ^ a b c d White, Angela. Jewish Lives in the Polish Language The Polish-Jewish Press, 1918--1939. Dissertation Abstracts International. 68-11. [Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University, 2007. pp. 60-61, 63
  4. ^ White, Angela. Jewish Lives in the Polish Language The Polish-Jewish Press, 1918--1939. Dissertation Abstracts International. 68-11. [Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University, 2007. pp. 57-58
  5. ^ White, Angela. Jewish Lives in the Polish Language The Polish-Jewish Press, 1918--1939. Dissertation Abstracts International. 68-11. [Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University, 2007. p. v
  6. ^ Krausz, Ernest, and Gitta Tulea. Starting the Twenty-First Century: Sociological Reflections & Challenges. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2003. p. 170
  7. ^ Kerbel, Sorrel, Muriel Emanuel, and Laura Phillips. Jewish Writers of the Twentieth Century. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2003. p. 553
  8. ^ Lifton, Betty Jean, The King of Children: A Biography of Janusz Korczak, New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1988. p. 172
  9. ^ Shore, Marci. Caviar and Ashes: A Warsaw Generations's Life and Death in Marxism, 1918-1968. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006. p. 68