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Kaunas (Lithuania)-place of publication
בני עקיבא (ליטא)
קונס : [מוציא לאור לא ידוע]
תרצ"ח 1937-1940 1939
הוצאות חד פעמיות.
בערב פורים תרצ"ח י"ל בשם: קולנו בליטובה, באיר תרצ"ח: קולנו ברמה, בתשרי תרצ"ט: קולנו לנוער, בכסלו תרצ"ט: קולנו לעם. בתשרי ת"ש: הד קולנו.
(תרצ"ח 1937)-(ת"ש 1939).
כר' : איורים, פורטרטים.
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