Dervakhung: A Drame in 3 Aktn fun dem Yidishn Lebn in Natsi-Deytshland

Author(s): Boris M. Kader
The subtitle of this Yiddish play, "A Three Act Drama of Jewish Life in Nazi Germany," describes the dramatic action. This domestic melodrama dramatizes the impact of the Third Reich's early anti-Semitic policies and attacks on a German Jewish family.
Format: Melodrama

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Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: Yiddish
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Chicago: Arbeter-Velt, 1941

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