״י.ו.א. נייעס״ (יידן ווילן אזוי — יהודים רוצים כך

English translation: News - Jews want it so

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Hebrew term or phrase:״י.ו.א. נייעס״ (יידן ווילן אזוי — יהודים רוצים כך
English translation:News - Jews want it so
Entered by: Mary Jane Shubow

00:02 Jul 18, 2012
Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
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Hebrew term or phrase: ״י.ו.א. נייעס״ (יידן ווילן אזוי — יהודים רוצים כך
כינו את החדשות בשם ״י.ו.א. נייעס״ (יידן ווילן אזוי — יהודים רוצים כך

This is a description of how the Jews referred to the news, or the rumors, in Poland in 1939.

I think it is Yiddish and should be

"Y.W.A. News," (Yidden Willen Ahzoy - Jews Want it So)

Can anyone back this up, or offer a different suggestion?

Thanks in advance!
Mary Jane Shubow
United States
Local time: 19:17
News - Jews want it so
Explanation:
I hope this clarifies/confirms things for you...........

Yiddish - Yidn veln azoy (יידן ווילן אזוי )
German - Juden wollen es so.
English - Jews want it so.
Hebrew - יהודים רוצים כך
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Ty Kendall
United Kingdom
Local time: 03:17
Grading comment
Thanks a lot. This was very helpful.
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5News - Jews want it so
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News - Jews want it so


Explanation:
I hope this clarifies/confirms things for you...........

Yiddish - Yidn veln azoy (יידן ווילן אזוי )
German - Juden wollen es so.
English - Jews want it so.
Hebrew - יהודים רוצים כך


    Reference: http://www.yiddishdictionaryonline.com/
Ty Kendall
United Kingdom
Local time: 03:17
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 44
Grading comment
Thanks a lot. This was very helpful.
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Asker: Thinks a lot! This is very helpful!

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