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55 Soccer, for its part, was considered vital in the campaign to recruit young workers to the Socialist movement. 56 At the end of the 1930s, there was a signiﬁcant increase in Morgnshtern membership, with the Warsaw branch alone accounting for some 2,000 members. Moreover, the Bund celebrated a number of remarkable successes in the local elections of 1938 and 1939. 57 This will become evident in the following examination of three representative Polish Jewish communities—those of Rzeszów, an economically backward Galician town; Vilnius, the capital of Yiddish culture; and Lodz, one of the most modern and forward-looking of interwar Polish cities.
Roni Gechtman, “Socialist Mass Politics through Sport: The Bund’s Morgnshtern in Poland, 1926–1939,” Journal of Sport History 26, no. 2 (1999), 339. Maccabi circles also encouraged closer cooperation and even mergers with Hapo’el. See Hamakabi 1, no. 4 (1933), 6. 54. Gechtman, “Socialist Mass Politics through Sport,” 331. 55. Jacobs, “Politics,” 97. Austrian and German worker athletes also tried—and failed—to establish non-competitive sports. On theories regarding the intrinsically competitive nature of sports, see Karl-Heinrich Bette, Systemtheorie und Sport (Frankfurt: 1999); and Johan Huizinga, Homo Ludens: Vom Ursprung der Kultur im Spiel (Reinbek: 2001 [1st ed.
Here it is important to note the distinction between Jewish athletes and organized Jewish sports; many of the aforementioned athletes were active (for at least part of their careers) on Polish teams. In addition, contacts between clubs—whether Jewish, Polish, or afﬁliated with other ethnic minorities—were the rule rather than the exception during the period under discussion. However, as there is virtually no documentation regarding such contacts, they will not be discussed here at length. 7 Organized Jewish Sports in Poland before and during the First World War The emergence of a Jewish sports movement in Europe generally, and in Poland in particular, can best be understood as part of a broader trend of sports organizations founded along national and ethnic lines in 19th-century Europe.