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There’s No Place to Set One’s Foot Down
August 5, 1921
A Jewish refugee attempts to set his foot down somewhere on the planet, only to be met with knives blade-side up and marked with the names of the countries that don’t want him: Poland, Rumania, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, America, Latvia, Palestine, Austria, Canada, Estonia, etc., etc.
Der groyser kundes
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Mitchell Loeb and Der groyser kundes, “There’s No Place to Set One’s Foot Down,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed August 16, 2022, https://immigrationusa.yivo.org/items/show/6359.