Kubaner Idish Wort (Yiddish: קובאנער אידיש װארט, 'Cuban Jewish Word') was a communist Yiddish-language newspaper published from Havana, Cuba 1942–1950.[1][2][3] In the beginning it was a semi-monthly, whilst as of the late 1940s it was published semi-weekly.[1] Kubaner Idish Wort was published by the communist-oriented Folks-tzenter ('People's Centre'). It was initially edited by Ch. Novomodny, and at a later stage by M. Epstein.[4]

Kubaner Idish Wort
EditorCh. Novomodny, M. Epstein
Political alignmentCommunist
Ceased publication1950


  1. ^ a b ICON. Kubaner yidish-vort Archived 2013-10-16 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Corrales, Maritza, and Reynaldo González. La isla elegida: los judíos en Cuba. La Habana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 2007. p. 53
  3. ^ News of the Yivo, Eds. 59. YIVO Institute for Jewish Research., 1955. p. 10
  4. ^ Sapir, Boris, and Simon Wolin. The Jewish Community of Cuba: Settlement and Growth. New York: J.T.S.P. Univ. Press, 1948. p. 43