After Poland regained independence, the Jewish community set up several political organisations. The following parties had numerous supporters among Lublin Jews:

  • the Bund circles (proper name: the General Jewish Labour Union in Lithuania, Poland and Russia, an anti-Zionist Jewish left party),
  • the Organisation of Orthodox Jews in Poland Agudat Israel Union of Israel,
  • the General Zionists’ Organisation,
  • the Mizrachi Zionist Orthodox Organisation,
  • the Zionist Revisionists Organisation,
  • the Jewish Social-Democratic Workers' Party the "Workers of Zion," or Poale Zion Left and Poale Zion Right
  • the Hitachduth Zionist Workers' Party.

Most of them were involved not only in political activities, but also social and cultural ones[1.1].

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Footnotes
  • [1.1] A. Kopciowski, “Zarys dziejów Żydów w Lublinie (An Outline of the History of Jews in Lublin)”, [in:] Żydzi w Lublinie – Żydzi we Lwowie. Miejsca – Pamięć – Współczesność (Jews in Lublin – Jews in Lvov. Places – Memory – Contemporary Times), J. Zętar, E. Żurek, S. Żurek (eds), Lublin, 2006, pp. 17–18.