Category Archives: German Jewish Art

Jewish Liberal Newspaper, April 22, 1921

Because of Passover, the next issue of our newspaper will appear on Friday, May 6. by Rabbi Dr. Vogelstein. More than three thousand years ago a foreign people in the wondrous lands on the Nile gained their freedom after several … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, January 14, 1921

Hatred. by Dr. Sigfried Behrens (Gottingen). Synopsis: The world is full of hatred. Many blame the hatred on the psychosis of war which should fade. However, the flames of hatred are easily rekindled. Day and night wise men counsel peace, … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, January 7, 1921

“This is the finger of God!” Exodus, 8. 15. Synopsis: In the Bible, there are several examples of God’s warning signals being ignored—the Pharaoh who ignored the ten plagues, Amos’s people who ignored drought, starvation, and revolution. Judaism does not … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, December 31, 1920

On the Secular New Year by Dr. Wohlauer. Synopsis: Jewish holidays are about turning inward and making changes, putting away the old Adam and bringing out the new man, reborn to worthy action. So should it be with the secular … Continue reading

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