As the clay in the potter's hand: memory, space and image in the Zionist press in Eretz Israel and the United States 1945-1948
Liat Steir-Livny 2008
The article examines the representation of the Holocaust survivors in Zionist journalism in the 1940s in Eretz-Israel and the USA. It shows how the representations are connected to political-cultural environment and to organizations' interests and hence are different in both places.
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Israeli culture, Holocaust commemoration, Holocaust remembrance, Holocaust representations, collective memory, Zionism, Journalism, representations in journalism, Jews in the USA, Jews in the Diaspora, JDC, Joint, Hadassah, KKL,
Steir-Livny, Liat. "As the clay in the potter's hand: memory, space and image in the Zionist press in Eretz Israel and the United States 1945-1948". Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust. vol. 22, 2008, pp. 299-330 [Hebrew].