Category Archives: Jewish Holidays

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, December 24, 1920

The Jewish School To Our Readers! Synopsis: The newspaper will now be sent through the mail because the delivery service was unreliable. Now all subscribers will receive the newspaper on Fridays. Am I in the Place of God? (Gen. 50, … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, December 17, 1920

“See that ye fall not out by the way.” Synopsis: Introducing the topic of strife by recounting the story of Joseph and his brothers (Gen. 45, 24.), the writer goes on to explain how danger unites people but misfortune divides … Continue reading

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Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, December 10, 1920

Appeal from the Reich President. Sacrifice for Upper Silesia! Synopsis: President Ebert and Chancellor Fehrenbach ask the German people to make donations to support the cost of ensuring that all former residents of Upper Silesia return to participate in the … Continue reading

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