“Prosto z mostu” on the Jewish Issue in the Third Reich
The focus of the article is a discussion of numerous press publications on the development of the situation of the Jewish population in Germany under Hitler’s administration in the second half of the 1930s. The analyzed material includes articles, reports, columns and press notes that appeared in “Prosto z mostu”, a weekly published in Warsaw until 1935 (nominally it was a literary-artistic periodical but in fact its profile was mainly political). “Prosto z mostu” was undoubtedly one of the most interesting journals released in Poland in the last interwar years. The weekly was closely connected with the milieu of the so called national youth, which in the second decade of Poland’s independence significantly increased its activity and social influence. The editor-in-chief of “Prosto z mostu” was Stanisław Piasecki and among its journalists were leading young politicians and ideologists of a broadly understood national camp, including Jan Mosdorf and Wojciech Wasiutyński, as well as representatives of a much older generation such as Aleksander Świętochowski and Adolf Nowaczyński.
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