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Politically the party favored national personal autonomy for the Jewish community. SERP's ideology was based particularly upon " autonomism ". Note that some of the leaders from those two parties did not join Fareynikte, but rather became "Folkists" Folkspartei. As of earlyFareynikte was the largest Jewish autonomist political party in the independent Ukraine.

The Faraynikte's program claimed "unity of the Jewish worker's class as an integral part of the 'extraterritorial' Jewish nation and international proletariat". The previous arguments in regard to the way of implementing the territorialists program have been declared as less important. The focal point of the party program a "national-individual autonomy".

For a brief period the party acquired a major influence, particularly in Ukraine where it played an important role in an attempt to organize the Jewish national autonomy. In September Fareynikte petitioned to the Provisional Government to declare the equality of language. Fareynikte ran some Yiddish newspapers in Ukraine. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. United Jewish Socialist Workers Party.

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Studies in Contemporary Jewry.She was one of the first women journalists in Greece and started her career as a film critic in Having difficulty attempting to life and career in Italy, she moved back to Greece with her daughter to resume her work.

She has done translation work for many authors. She has also been very involved with theatre and has written plays, adaptations and more.

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She has also written books. She has won awards from the French government and from Greece for her Greek journalism. Her father, Georgios Sokos, was a journalist, editor and playwright from Aitoliko who died at the age of 44, just before the war. Her mother Titika Michailidou came from Smyrna. Her grandfather, Fotis Michailidis, was a cinema and theatre fan and made her see all films and plays available every week, and Rosita started writing reviews of what she saw while in high school.

She attended the State School of Fine Arts which she left to study with painter Yannis Tsarouchis — who later discouraged her from becoming a painter — and also attended the Vassilis Rotas Drama School for the purpose of general knowledge, while working from a tender age as a translator and a foreign language teacher. One of the first women journalists in Greece, she started her career as a film critic.

She was part of a group of critics who were known for literary comparisons. After her marriage to Italian journalist and author Manlio Maradeishe lived in Rome, Italy, from tobut had difficulties with the life of a housewife.

Her attempts to start a new career in Italian newspapers and magazines, writing in the Italian language, and to adapt to the bourgeois mentality of Italian society of the times were only moderately successful; she then decided to come back to live in Greece with her daughter, resuming her job in "Kathimerini" morning paper as well as the new "Mesimvrini" evening paper and "Eikones" weekly magazine of editor Eleni Vlachos sometimes also spelled Vlakhos.

Inafter the onset of the military dictatorship, Eleni Vlahou closed her media, in protest against the suppressed freedom of the press, and flew to London where she stayed for the whole duration of the dictatorship. Rosita was left jobless, and with a small child to provide for. Nevertheless, she was one of the only two people the other one was Freddie Germanos who refused to sew Vlahou and ask for damages asking for a financial compensation — for this she faced the disciplinary board of the Journalists' Union and was threatened to be expelled from the Union.

She held fast: accepting to sign the lawsuit meant to recognize that Vlahou's claim that it was impossible to have press worthy of its name in Greece was unsubstantial. These were difficult years, in which she worked editing encyclopaedias, translating, collaborating with magazines and finally ended up, inworking for the Botsis newspapers, Acropolis and from Apoghevmatini. There, she expanded to other subjects, writing theatre, ballet and TV reviews.

On the next decade, after becoming a well-known TV persona, she had her own full page where, every Sunday, she wrote on whatever stuck her fancy. At the end of the 7-year dictatorship, Eleni Vlahou came back to Greece and opened "Kathimerini" again, and Rosita collaborated sporadically under the pseudonym of Irene Stavrou until when the newspaper was sold to the Koskotas group.

Apogevmatini eventually turned her out inafter 35 years, as part of the newspaper's policy to prefer young low-paid journalists. During the period — she became a celebrity as part of the panel in the TV show "Na I Efkeria" "Here's your chance", a Greek version of "Opportunity knocks". These were the early days of TV, and the audience response was unprecedented. She welcomed the guests in her own living room, and chatted with them in an informal way, something unprecedented in the history of Greek TV.

She has translated, edited and updated the two-volume "Cinema", an encyclopedia by Georges Charensol, and was for many years co-responsible for the foreign language edition of the Athens Festival programme. She was spurred to write a book by her chance encounter and subsequent decade-long friendship [10] with Rudolf Nureyev. It started with an impassioned account of their meeting and a biography, in the book Nureyev which was followed, almost ten years later, by the play Quai Voltaire inspired by her experiences in the ballet scene — Quai Voltaire being the address of Nureyev's Paris flat.

After the artist's death, Rosita, with the help of her daughter, greatly expanded that first work in Nureyev — as I knew himwhich not only updated the contents of the first book, but also included Rosita's day-by day diaries when she travelled to London, Paris and Vienna for the rehearsals and first production of his main works there: a fascinating behind-the scenes glimpse on the people responsible for these shows.

The life of the late Greek ballet dancer Anastassios Vitoros inspired the little book Anastassios Not so much a formal history, the one found in books, as her own behind-the-scenes experiences of Greek theatre and its artists, with whom she has lived side by side for the better part of a century.

She has been given the medal "Chevalier de l' Ordre des Arts et des Lettres" by the French governmentand awarded by the Botsis Foundation for her contribution to Greek journalism.Their leaders were writer Abba Kovner and Yitzhak Wittenberg.

It took on the motto: "We will not allow them to take us like sheep to the slaughter. Abe Abba Kovnerthe movement's leader, along with 17 members of the local Zionist group Hashomer Hatzairstationed at a Polish Catholic convent for an order of Dominican Sisterssheltered from the Nazis by Mother Superior Anna Borkowska Sister Bertranda[4] who was the first to supply hand grenades and other weapons to the Vilnius ghetto underground.

The FPO did not succeed in its mission. In earlythe Germans caught a resistance member in the forest. The Judenratone of the widely used administrative agencies imposed by Nazi Germanyin response to German threats, gave Wittenberg over to the Gestapo.

The Fareynikte Partizaner Organizatsye organized an uprising. The FPO was able to rescue Wittenberg through an armed struggle and were then able to set up a small militia. The Judenrat did not tolerate this, because the Nazis gave them an ultimatum to end the resistance or face extermination.

The Judenrat knew that Jews were smuggling weapons into the ghetto and when a Jew was arrested for the purchase of a revolver, they finally gave the FPO an order to withdraw. The Judenrat turned the people against the resistance members by making them seem like selfish enemies who were provoking the Nazis.

Jacob Gens emphasized the people's responsibility for one another. He said that resistance was sacrificing the good of the community. In the end, the people confronted the resistance and demanded their own right to live. The resistance would not fire on the other Jews and they were eventually disarmed and arrested on September 1, When the Nazis came to liquidate the ghetto inthe members of the FPO again congregated.

Gens took control of the liquidation so as to rid the ghetto of the Germans, but helped fill the quota of Jews with those who would fight but were not necessarily part of the resistance. The FPO fled to the forest, where most were able to reach Soviet partisan units. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. United Partisan Organization, Vilna. The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Virtual Shtetl.

Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Archived from the original on April 2, Retrieved May 26, The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust.

New York, New York: Routledge. The Holocaust in Lithuania. Lithuania portal. Fareinigte Partizaner Organizacje Paper Brigade. Hidden categories: Articles containing Yiddish-language text. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.Aevar did an excellent job helping us when we had a problem with our rental car.

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