Svobodni Narod

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Svobodni Narod (Bulgarian: Свободни народ, A Free People) was a Bulgarian-language weekly newspaper published in Tel-Aviv. Svobodni Narod was an organ of Mapai. In the early 1960s, the editor of the newspaper was H. Assa. Y. Navon was the administrative manager of the newspaper.[1]

References

  1. ^ Socialist International (1951- ), and Asian Socialist Conference. Yearbook of the International Socialist Labour Movement. Volume II 1960-1961 London: Lincolns-Prager International Yearbook Publishing Co., Ltd, 1961. p. 242
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