Monthly Archives: August 2013

Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, February 25, 1921

Israel. by Rabbi Dr. B. Gottschalk (Posen). Synopsis: Gottschalk explores what binds liberal Jews to Judaism. He points to the meaning of the name “Israel,” one who has fought with God, as what distinguishes liberal Jews from other Jews. All … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, February 18, 1921

Socialism und Judaism. by Dr. Walter Brinitzer, Chemnitz Synopisis: Socialism is frequently spoken of, but little understood. Whenever socialism is seen as negative, it is associated with Judaism. How easy it is to connect two things which we don’t comprehend. … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, February 11, 1921

The Eastern Jewish Question. by Chief Rabbi Felix Goldmann (Leipzig). From the days that it seemed useful in the Russian state’s wisdom to massacre masses of Jews, from the days of the first pogroms, there has existed for Germany an … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, February 4, 1921

The Central Organization of German Jewry. by Heinrich Stern, Attorney (Berlin) and Chairman of the German Liberal Jewry Association. Synopsis: Stern describes the historical significance of German Jewish congregations having come together despite their divisions to ratify this new organization’s … Continue reading

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