The fact that Dr. Max Nordau, famous author and Zionist leader, wrote in Yiddish, came to light recently when Ben-Zion Yudkovichi, Zionist worker of Paris, presented a number of documents relating to the early Zionist movement in Paris to the Hebrew University in Palestine. Among these documents were a group of letters written in Yiddish by Dr. Nordau.
A number of Dr. Nordau’s works have been translated into Yiddish, but that he ever himself wrote in the language has not been generally known.
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