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Tsukunft shturem

The Tsukunft shturem (Future Storm) was the self-defence organisation of the General Jewish Labour Bund in Poland, between 1929-1939. Its centre was Warsaw, where the shturem had 200-300 members.

References

Jack, Jacobs: Bundist Counterculture in Interwar Poland. New York 2009.

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