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The Library of the Leo Baeck Institute, New York (LBI) is the foremost research library devoted to the history of German-speaking Jews. Its 80,000-volume library and extensive archival and art collections represent the most significant repository of primary source material and scholarship on the Jewish communities of Central Europe over the past five centuries.



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Jungjüdischer Wanderer :Fahrtenblätter des jungjüdischen Wanderbundes (im Verband der jüdischen Jugend-Vereine Deutschlands) / Jungjüdischer Wanderbund Summary:  "Jung-Jüdischer Wanderbund" (JJWB, "young Jewish hiking organization") was a German-Jewish youth movement founded in the early 20th century. The JJWB linked the ideas and sociability of German youth movements, from which Jews were barred, to Jewish ways of life. "Like the German youth movement, the...
Topic: Jungjüdischer Wanderbund Periodicals
“Jeschurun” was a magazine for the scientific study of Judaism. Its founder and editor was Joseph Isaac Kobak, the district rabbi of Bamberg who began the magazine as a student in Lemberg. (Sources: Jüdisches Lexikon, Biographisches Handbuch der Rabbiner, Teil 1, Band 2)
Topic: Rabbinical literature History and criticism Periodicals
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Das Echo : Revista democratica cultural en idioma aleman = Die unabhaengige Halbmonatsschrift Boliviens in deutscher Sprache fuer Politik, Kultur und Wirtschaft ( La Paz, Bolivia) Title varies: Unabhängige Halbmonatsschrift Boliviens in deutscher Sprache für Politik, Kultur und Wirtschaft "Das Echo" was a cultural democratic newspaper written in German and Spanish. It was evidence of the large influx of the 20,000 refugees who fled to Bolivia before the war to escape National...
Topics: Jews Bolivia Periodicals, Jews, German Bolivia Periodicals, Jews, Austrian Bolivia Periodicals,...
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by Israelitische Kultusgemeinde (Wiesbaden, Germany)
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Summary: The newsletter for the Jewish community of Wiesbaden. Continues: Mitteilungsblatt der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinde Wiesbaden, [Jg. 1], Nr. 1 (1933)- < Jg. 4, Nr. 14 (1937) > Editor: Lothar Rothschild. Dates of publication: Began publication with: Jahrgang 4, Nr. 16 (20. August 1937). Ceased publication in 1938? Digitized holdings: Jahrg. 4, Nr. 16 (20. August 1937)-Jg. 4, Nr. 23 (26. November 1937); Jahrg. 5, Nr. 1 (7. Januar 1938)-Jg. 5, Nr. 5 (4. März 1938) Copyright and...
Topic: Jews Germany Wiesbaden Periodicals
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by Kahn, Fritz, 1888-1968.
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"Sammelblätter jüdischen Wissens" ("collected leaves of Jewish knownledge") was a series of 268 leaflets first shared with readers of the "Der Orden Bne Briss," the newsletter of the B’nai Brith Grand Lodge in Germany. The leaflets presented early articles from the "Jüdisches Lexikon" and the "Encyclopaedia Judaica" (originally published in German in 1928). The articles covered a range of topics from a Jewish perspective, such as David...
Topic: Jews Periodicals.
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"Jüdische Auswanderung" ("Jewish emigration"; known earlier as "Korrespondenzblatt über Auswanderungs- und Siedlungswesen," "correspondence newsletter for emigrants and settlers") was the journal of the "Hilfsverein der Deutschen Juden" ("German-Jewish aid society"). Founded in 1901, the society originally focused on providing assistance for Eastern European Jews. Around 1930, it concentrated on helping emigrants traveling from and...
Topics: Jews Germany Migrations Periodicals., German-language periodicals, Jewish periodicals., Periodicals...
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by Verband der Jüdischen Gemeinden Schleswig-Holsteins und der Hansestädte
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Topics: Schleswig (Germany), Jewish communities Schleswig-Holstein., Jews Germany Schleswig-Holstein...
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Topics: Jews Austria Periodicals., Jewish periodicals., German-language periodicals, Periodicals Austria.,...
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by Wischnitzer, Mark, 1882-1955.
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"Milgroim" (Yiddish for pomegranate) was a Yiddish-language culture magazine published in Berlin by Mark and Rachel Wischnitzer. Mark Wischnizter was a sociologist and historian specializing in Jewish history. His wife, Rachel, was a scholar of Jewish art who was born in Minsk and studied architecture in Paris. "Milgroim" also included the Yiddish authors David Bergelson and Der Nister as joint editors, both of whom left after the first issue because of a disagreement over...
Topics: Yiddish-language periodicals, Art Periodicals., Literature Periodicals.
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Topics: Dachau (Concentration camp), Graphologists
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Bulletin des Leo Baeck Instituts (Tel Aviv, Israel : 1957-1969, 1974-1991) Former and Varying Titles: Bulletin (Leo Baeck Institute (Jerusalem)) LBI Bulletin Bulletin fuer die Mitglieder der Gesellschaft der Freunde des Leo Baeck Institute Publikationen des Leo Baeck Instituts : Bulletin for sponsoring and contributing members of the Leo Baeck Institute, Inc. Publikationen des Leo Baeack Instituts : Bulletin. Beginning in 1960, volume enumeration included Jahrgang. After 1969, Jahrgang dropped...
Topics: Jews Germany History Periodicals, Jewish periodicals., German-language periodicals, Periodicals...
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Topics: Jews, Jewish cities and towns
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by Lerner, Gerda (nee Kronstein), 1920-
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Austrian Heritage Collection
Topics: Adler, Alfred 1870-1937, Adlerian psychology
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This collection contains programs and brochures from memorials for the former Jewish community at Leer, Germany. Each program contains historical information and photographs about the Leer community. Included are: "Dokumentation über den Besuch jüdischer ehemaliger Mitbürger in Leer," a brochure commemorating the visit of Jews formerly from Leer (June 1985); "Erinnerungen an den Besuch jüdischer ehemaliger Mitbürgerinnen und Mitbürger," a brochure commemorating the...
Jung Israel : illustrierte Halbmonatsschrift für die jüdische Jugend (Berlin, Germany : 1910) Summary: "Jung Israel" ("Young Israel") was an illustrated, semimonthly magazine published for Jewish children. In an initial advertisement for the publication, the magazine's editors wrote they intended the magazine to strengthen Jewish children's relationship with their religion against growing apathy and to awaken "Liebe und Verständnis für jüdishes Wesen"...
Topics: Jewish children Germany Periodicals, Jewish periodicals, German-language periodicals, Periodicals...
Revue : der isrealitischen Kultusgemeinde von Böhmen (Organ zur Wahrung der Interressen der israelitischen Kultusgemeinden). Added title in Czech: Revue : israel. náboženských obcí v Čechách (list hájíci náboženských obcí), Jg. 1 (1903) Subtitle varies: Organ der israelitischen Kultusgemeinden , < Nov. 1904- > Summary: The "Revue" was a journal for the Jewish community of Bohemia. It published in German, but earlier issues included parallel editions in Czech or a...
Topics: Jews Czech Republic Bohemia Periodicals, Jewish periodicals, German-language periodicals,...
Jüdisches Archiv :Zeitschrift für jüdisches Museal- und Buchwesen, Geschichte, Volkskunde und Familienforschung. Summary: "Jüdisches Archiv" ("Jewish archive") was the magazine for the study of Austrian Jewish museum artifacts and bibliography, history, social studies and genealogy ("Zeitschrift für jüdisches Museal- und Buchwesen, Geschichte, Volkskunde und Familienforschung"). Its editor, Leopold Moses, was a historian, librarian and archivist. In 1934...
Topics: Jews Austria History Periodicals., Jews Austria Bibliography Periodicals, Jews Austria Genealogy...
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The "Blätter" is the newsletter of Agudas Yisroel and the Agudas Yisroel Youth Organization in Germany. Later issues were published by both the Agudas Yisroel Youth Organization and Palästina-Zentrale (Palistine Central). Agudas Yisrael was an Orthodox movement that disapproved of secular Zionism, although it was not opposed to settlement in Palestine. Youth groups affiliated with Agudas Yisroel dedicated much of their efforts to readying their members for settlement in Erez Israel...
Topics: Agudas Jisroel Jugend-Organisation Periodicals, Agudat Israel, Religious Zionism Germany...
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by Gutmann, Micheline; Cohen-Vanderheym family
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Genealogical study of the Cohen-Vanderheym family 1799-1994 (by Micheline Gutmann, 1997). Also included is a copy of the GenAmi bulletin No. 4, Spring 1998  The following families are mentioned in this manuscript:  Cohen family; Cohen-Vanderheym family; Fränckel family; Lambert family; Löw-Levy family; Richtenberger family; Vanderheym family
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Leo Baeck memorial lecture (New York, N.Y. : 1958-) Varying Titles: LBI memorial lecture ; Leo Baeck Institute memorial lecture ; Memorial lecture of the Leo Baeck Institute Additional Publication Information: [v.] 30 never published. Digitized Holdings: [v.] 1-(1958-), vol. 30 not published (INCOMPLETE) Copyright and Terms of Use: The digital media you are attempting to access are made available for research, teaching, and private study. You may reproduce a single copy of this media without...
Topics: Germany, Leo Baeck Institute Lectures, Jews Germany History
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by Sachs, Nelly, 1891-1970
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This collection portrays the work of the poet Nelly Sachs. Much of the collection grew out of an exhibition of her works by the Leo Baeck Institute in April 1967. It contains copies of Nelly Sachs's correspondence, writing, newspaper clippings about her and her works. One focus of the collection is on the Nobel Prize in literature Sachs received in 1966
Topics: Sachs, Nelly, Leo Baeck Institute, Literature, Nobel Prizes, German poetry, Refugees, Jewish,...
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Jüdische Jugend (Vienna, Austria : 1924) Summary: "Jüdische Jugend" was an Austrian journal devoted to the Jewish youth movement. Influenced by the German youth movement that began in the late 19th century, the Jewish youth movement was very similar but incorporated Jewish elements. Many Jewish organizations sprang up through the Jewish youth movement in the early 20th century as a result of antisemitism and exclusion from German youth organizations. "Jüdische Jugend"...
Topics: Jewish youth Austria Periodicals, Jewish periodicals, German-language periodicals, Periodicals...
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by Lehman, Mary Jean Johnson, 1919-; Brant, Nancy Felson, 1943-; Jacobs (Family : Jacobs, Abraham, 1833-1892)
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Traces the descendants of Abraham Haim Pereira and Myntje Levie de Goede Stodel, who emigrated from Amsterdam to Cincinnati, Ohio in the 19th century. The manuscript consists of a chronicle, organized into chapters after individual family members, richly illustrated with reproductions of family photographs and documents. The final section presents the family genealogy in a table format with basic vital information listed for each family member, and includes a name index.
Topic: Sephardim
Source: folio
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by Jüdische Buchvereinigung (Berlin)
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Digitized Holdings:  Jg. 1, Heft 1 (Dez. 1934); Jg. 3, Heft 1-2 (Feb-Sept. 1936). Copyright and Terms of Use: The digital media you are attempting to access are made available for research, teaching, and private study. You may reproduce a single copy of this media without prior permission for these "fair use" purposes only. Additionally the digital media may also be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S. Code), and some items may also be subject to additional restrictions...
Topics: Jüdische Buchervereinigung (Berlin, Germany) Periodicals, Jewish literature Germany Periodicals,...
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by France; concentration camps
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Collection consists mainly of documents of the "Comiteé de Coordination pour l'Assistance dans les Camps" also known as "Nimes Committee" (CCAC) and of documents of the "American Friends Service Committee" (AFSC); 907 in ten sections: I-X.  Material about "Le Secours Nationale" in Algerie  Material about French North Africa  Addenda 1: List of German and Austrian Jews who were deported from France (by Barbara Vormeier)  Addenda 2: Explanatory notes...
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by German-Jewish Club
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Aufbau almanac : the immigrant's handbook, 1941, 5701 / herausgegeben von W.M. Citron. Summary: A guide for recently arrived German-Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany, with information and instruction on Jewish-German immigrant associations, citizenship classes, American life and customs (particularly in New York City), the text of The Star Spangled Banner and God Bless America, and the meaning of such vernacular expressions as the 'Bronx cheer' and 'sawbucks.' Produced by the editors of the...
Topics: German almanacs United States, Jews, German United States., Germans United States., Jewish refugees...
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Topics: Jews Germany Periodicals., Jewish periodicals., Periodicals Germany., Periodicals Czech Republic...
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by Roseman family
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All materials are photocopies. The collection contains family trees of the Rosenman 1855-1995; Roseman vital and naturalization documents 1910-1950; family tree of the descendants of Chana Axelrad 1855-1930
Topic: Genealogy
Source: folio
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The collection contains certificates and correspondence documenting Wilhel Salomon Freund's career as a lawyer, as well as documents pertaining to the family of his wife Clara Freund née Immerwahr. Wilhelm Salomon Freund (1831-1915) was a lawyer and member of the German Reichstag.
Israelitischer Reichs-Bote (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) Summary: “Der israelitische Bote” (“The Jewish Messenger”; published later with the title “Israelitischer Reichsbote,” or “The Jewish Empire-Messenger”) was a weekly newspaper with a strong conservative religious focus. (Source: “Presse, jüdische” In: Jüdisches Lexikon, table, page V) Continues: Israelitische Bote (1875-[1880]) Edited by Moritz Baum. Dates of publication:  1881-1882 Summary of online...
Topics: Jews Germany Periodicals, Judaism Germany Periodicals, German-language periodicals, Jewish...
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by Street, John Kennedy, 1837-1914
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Chiefly letters from John Kennedy Street to his wife, Melinda Pace Street (1839-1899), describing marches, camp life, picket duty, sickness, hospitals, bushwhackers, religious revivals, and the formation of a Young Men's Christian Association in his brigade. He also wrote of his battlefield experiences at Shiloh, Perryville, and Murfreesboro, and of the fall of Vicksburg and skirmishing around Jackson, Miss., that took place at the same time. Street commented generally on the war and on...
Topics: Street, John Kennedy, 1837-1914, Street, Melinda Pace, 1837?-1899, Wallace, Elizabeth Kennedy...
Gelbe Post : ostasiatische Halbmonatsschrift (Shanghai, China : 1939-1940.) Varying Title: Gelbe Post : ostasiatische illustrierte Halbmonatsschrift Summary: The "Gelbe Post: Ostasiatische Halbmonatsschrift" (Yellow post: East Asian Semimonthly) was published by Adolf Josef Storfer while he was living in exile in Shanghai during the period of National Socialism. Prior to Storfer's exile, he was active in Vienna's psychoanalytic community. He was a student of Freud's and eventually...
Topics: Germans China Periodicals., China Periodicals., East Asia Periodicals., Austrians China...
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by Guggenheim, Siegfried, 1873-1961
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Series A: Guggenheim family contains records of the family Guggenheim, including family tree, family history, vital records, obituaries, papers of family members who emigrated to Chile, and other papers of family members
Topics: Guggenheim family, Buchenwald (Concentration camps), Harry S. Truman Library, Genealogy, Jews,...
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The Rudolf Joseph Collection consists of papers of this architect. Series I includes manuscripts and articles written by Joseph on the history and theory of modern architecture, as well as proposals and sketches of his own designs. It also includes numerous newspaper clippings written by Joseph or written about his work and various documents pertaining to modern architecture in Europe, especially the architectural activities of the Jewish community. Also included is the old item-level...
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Shanghai Jewish Chronicle (Shanghai, China : 1939-1945) Summary: The Shanghai Jewish Chronicle was one of many German-language periodicals published for Jewish refugees who fled to Shanghai in an effort to escape National Socialism. Before World War I, the Jewish population in Shanghai was estimated to be 700; by 1945, the population increased to 25,000 as Jews sought refuge from persecution in Europe (this statistic includes Russian Jews who fled after the 1917 revolution). After failing to...
Topics: Jews, German China Shanghai Periodicals, Jews China Shanghai Periodicals, Exiles Periodicals,...
“Unser Werk” (“our work”) was the newsletter of the Keren Hayesod in Germany, a fundraising organization for Jewish settlement in Palestine. Its "Blätter" provided news and statistics about the organization's development efforts in Palestine. Edited by Georg Landauer and Friedrich Brodnitz Dates of Publication: Jahrgang 1, Nr. 1 (Feb. 1929) - Ceased with Jahrgang 5 (1933) Digitized Holdings: Jahrgang, Nummer 1, Februar 1929 - 4. Jahrgang, Nummer 6 bis 10, Juni/Oktober 1932...
Topics: Keren Hayesod Periodicals., Zionism Periodicals., German-language periodicals, Jewish periodicals.,...
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by Benedict, George D., fl. 1863-1864
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1865 Letters, 1863-1864, from George D. Benedict, a Union soldier serving with the 1st New York Dragoons in Virginia and Maryland, to his wife, Sarah Benedict, at Belvidere, Allegany County, N.Y., and one letter from James Hall to Sarah Benedict telling her that her husband had been severely wounded. Benedict's letters describe military life, including picket duty, food, pay, and health, as well as news of fighting and news about friends George D. Benedict served in Company G of the 1st New...
Topics: Benedict, George D., fl. 1863-1864, United States. Army, United States. Army. New York Dragoons,...
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by Hilfsverein Deutschsprechender Juden
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The "Mitteilungsblatt" was the newsletter of the "Hilfsverein Deutschsprechender Juden" ("Aide organization for German-speaking Jews") in Argentina. Around 35,000 to 40,000 Jews immigrated to Argentina between 1933 and 1945, despite the country's strong anti-Semitic sentiments and increasing discrimination against Jewish immigrants. The "Hilfsverein's" "Mitteilungsblatt" discussed the organization's efforts to provide aid to German-speaking...
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Jüdische Jugend / herausgegeben vom Kartell Jüdischer Verbindungen und von der Jüdischen Turnerschaft. "Das K.J.V. will seine Mitglieder zu Männer erziehen, die in dem Bewusstsein der nationalen Einheit der jüdischen Gemeinschaft entschlossen sind, für eine der Vergangenheit des Judentums würdige Erneuerung des jüdischen Volkstums einzutreten." (Heft 1 , cover verso) Summary: "Jüdische Jugend" ("Jewish youth") was published by the "Kartell Jüdischer...
Topics: Jewish youth Germany Periodicals, Jüdische Turnerschaft (Germany) Periodicals, Kartell Jüdischer...
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Erez Israel :Mitteilungen des Hauptbüros des Jüdischen Nationalfonds ([1916]-1923) Title varies: Number 6 has the subtitle title: Jahrbuch des Keren Kajemeth Lejisrael (Jüdischer Nationalfonds) Number 6 has the special title:Bericht der Zentralverwaltung des Keren Kajemeth Lejisrael Jerusalem, 5681-5683 (1921-1923) Summary: The newsletter of the Central Bureau of the Jewish National Fund. Dates of publication: [Heft 1 (1916)]-[Heft 6 (1923)?] Digitized holdings: Heft 1 (1916)-Heft 4 (1920),...
Topics: Zionism Periodicals, Periodicals Netherlands, Periodicals Germany, Periodicals Netherlands Hague,...
Jüdische Chronik : Monatsschrift  (Žatec (Ústecký kraj) and Teplice, Czech Republic : 1894-[1900?]) " Monatsschrift zur Verallgemeinerung jüdischen Wissens und zur Wiederbelebung des Interesses an allen jüdischen Angelegenheiten" Summary: "Jüdische Chronik" ("Jewish chronicle") was a monthly conversations-magazine. In its introduction, its editors wrote that the magazine's goal was to focus on the inner affairs of the Jewish community, its religious...
Topics: Jews Czech Republic Periodicals, Jewish periodicals, Periodicals Czech Republic, Periodicals Czech...
Israelitische Wochenschrift : Strassburger israelitische Wochenschrift : Familienblatt für Süddeutschland und die angrenzenden Gebiete : mit der wöchentlichen Beilage: Allgemeine Lehrer- und Kantoren-Zeitung. Summary: The "Strassburger israelitische Wochenschrift" ("Strassburg Weekly Jewish Newspaper") was a "Familienblatt" ("family paper") covering news, including local events, for the region of Alsace-Lorraine. It included a weekly supplement for...
Topics: Jews France Strasbourg Periodicals, Jews France Alsace Periodicals, Jews France Lorraine...
Schlemiel : Jüdische Blätter für Humor und Kunst (Berlin, Germany : 1919). Summary: "Schlemiel" was a Jewish magazine for humor and art.    Preceded by:  Schlemiel : illustriertes jüdisches Witzblatt (Berlin, Germany : 1903) Edited by Max Jungmann und Menachem Birnbaum. Dates of publication:  Nr. 1 (20. Juni 1919)-Nr. 24 (15. Juni 1920). Digitized holdings:  No. 1-24 (1919/1920)
Topics: Jewish wit and humor Periodicals, German-language periodicals, Jewish periodicals, Periodicals...
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The collection contains three circumcision registers (Mohelbuecher) with some entries from Prague, 1816 and Baiersdorf, 1819 and mostly from Munich, 1826-1885. In addition there is a ‘Memorbuch’ from Fuerth, Bavaria.  The bulk of the collection pertains to the professional work of Ernst Kitzinger’s mother, Elisabeth Kitzinger, née Merzbacher. Notably, there is the correspondence from co-workers who died in Auschwitz together with the children in 1943. In addition there are family trees...
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by Hutchinson Internment Camp (Douglas, Isle of Man); Händler, Leon Arieh; Hirsch, Julius Esaias Friedekomm, 1916-1996
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The camp : published in Hutchinson camp (Douglas, Isle of Man : 1940-[1941?]) Summary: "The Camp" was a newsletter produced by the inmates of Hutchinson Internment Camp in Douglas, Isle of Man. Hutchinson was one of several prisons established during World War II on the Isle of Man to intern Britain's enemy aliens. Hutchinson, in particular, was known for its "artistic" inmates, many of whom were well known, such as Kurt Schwitters and Fred Uhlman. (Sources: Chappell,...
Topics: Concentration camps Great Britain Periodicals, World War, 1939-1945 Prisoners and prisons, British...
Israelit (Frankfurt am Main and Mainz, Germany) Description: Issued during a period of increased secularization, growing assimilation, as well as religious reform, "Der Israelit" was for over almost eight decades the most significant publication of the German Jewish orthodoxy. Under the direction of its founder, the renowned rabbi and author Marcus Lehmann (1831-1890), "Der Israelit" was a tradition-conscious magazine that countered liberal-reform publications like the...
Topics: Orthodox Judaism Periodicals, Periodicals Germany Frankfurt am Main, Periodicals Germany,...
Jüdisches Nachrichtenblatt (Berlin, Germany : 1938-1943) Summary: Following the pogrom of November 1938, Jewish life in Germany was extremely curtailed. Almost immediately, the large number of Jewish newspapers available were shut down. In their place, the Nazis ordered the creation of one new Jewish newspaper, "Das Jüdische Nachrichtenblatt." This newspaper was kept under close watch by the Nazi authorities. It published discussions and news items about the Jewish community, but...
Topics: Berlin (Germany), Jews Germany Berlin Periodicals., Jews Germany Berlin Newspapers., Jews...