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Memoirs of a Jew born ca. 1922 in Bucharest, written in the form of letters to a friend. In January 1941 Fermo was dismissed from his job because he was a Jew. He became a member of the Hashomer Hatzair Zionist youth movement, was sent briefly to do forced labor, and then joined a hachshara program. In April 1942 he and several other members of Hashomer Hatzair were arrested for communist activities and imprisoned. Three of those arrested were executed and some remained in prison; Fermo and several others were sent again for forced labor. Describes underground activities of the movement in Bucharest until spring 1944, when some Jews, including Fermo and his wife, were allowed to emigrate to Eretz Israel. In April 1946 they returned to Romania, where Fermo worked for the Mishmar Zionist movement until all such movements were declared illegal by the communist regime in March 1949. In June 1952 Fermo was arrested on charges of "spying, " as were some other Zionist activists, and imprisoned for three years. Fermo and his wife were finally allowed to leave and return to Israel in 1960. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)

כותר המכתבים שלא כתבתי : יהודים וציונים ברומניה של הרודנים / מנחם פרמו
[עריכה - לאה צבעוני].
מקום קשור Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
מחבר/יוצר צבעוני, לאה
מוציא לאור ירושלים : צבעונים
שנה תשס"ד 2004
תיאור 261 ע'
22 ס"מ.
שפה עברית
מזהה ISBN9657187168
מספר מערכת 990023714680205171
קישורים תמונה קדמית
תצוגת MARC

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