Yiddish section of the very large Hagalil site for Judaism in Central Europe, mostly in the German language.
Humor, stories, and links to other Yiddish sites around the world.
A collection of Yiddish postcards from approximately 1905-1918.
The National Yiddish Book Center and KCRW 89.9FM/Santa Monica, CA, radio program and cassette series hosted by Leonard Nemoy with other famous actors as the readers. and full-length Real Audio recordings of most of the stories.
Australia's Jewish Cultural Centre and National Library Kadimah, the major Yiddishist organization in Australia.
Israeli Yiddish literary journal on the web, "Khulyot"/"Di Velt Fun Yidish"
Home page of the organization dedicated to the modernization, standardization and use of the Yiddish language. Site has info about the organization, including upcoming events and sample articles from its publication "Afn Shvel". Subscriptions and books may be purchased and donations made through the site.
A collection of the writings (and recordings) of Max Winer.
Home page for the organization that has preserved over one million Yiddish books. Information on programs, exhibits, and facilities and online highlights of the Pakn Treger magazine.
Annual awards for voluntary contributions for preserving and recording the Jewish history, heritage, and culture of the remnant German communities.
A collection of links to pages with Yiddish poetry text in image format (so it can be read on Hebrew-challenged browsers), as well as a collection of Yiddish-interest links.
Large site devoted to Yiddish language and culture. Many articles and exhibits.
Home page for the UYIP mailing list, with information on Yiddish-language issues facing computer users.
A discussion forum about new Yiddish culture, hosted by Ari Davidow.
Includes extraordinary Yiddish letters.
The autobiography of a Jew who grew up in Russia at the turn of the last century. Starts in English and gradually turns back into Yiddish. Complete English version is available on-line.
A useful list of Yiddish programs, organized as a public service Raphael Finkel, providing: Annual Events (recent ones as well as upcoming ones); continuing programs; and academic degree programs
Information about the 2003 Yiddish Culture Festival for the Washington DC area.
Yiddish generally, but especially about Yiddish cultural events in and around Paris and the Medem Jewish Library. In French and Yiddish (either in transliteration, in GIF images, or as PDF's).
The foundation publishes Yiddish literature in translated and bilingual editions, and offers Yiddish-related features at its web site, including an online Yiddish course. Includes selections of Teitelboim's poetry in Yiddish and in English translation.
Home page of the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, the preeminent center for the study of East European Jewry and Yiddish
An organization devoted to the survival of Yiddish as a living language and culture. Activities conducted entirely in Yiddish. Publishes Yugntruf, a Yiddish-language journal that comes out three times a year.
Yiddish-language version of Wikipedia.
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