Category Archives: Reflections

These blog posts contain information and insights about the historical or cultural context of the Breslau (Wroclaw) mid-war years. They will also describe connections to early-third-millennia events, especially in light of rising anti-semitism.

Issue 27, June 10, 1921 Highlights

The lead article for the “Liberal Jewish Newspaper” of Breslau is authored by a Reform Jewish rabbi, Martin Salomonski (from Frankfurt on the Oder, later in Berlin) on the Feast of Weeks or Shavuot. Dr. Salmonski uses the meaning of … Continue reading

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Restarting translations–why now?

Visitors to this site, I apologize for neglecting this project, not adding translations, not even blogging. It’s time to re-commit as I believe tracing early signals of antisemitism is unfortunately once again relevant as some Americans and Europeans are rekindling … Continue reading

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