Category Archives: WWI Jewish Veterans

Jewish-Liberal Newspaper, March 24, 1921

Amalek. A Purim Observation. by Rabbi Dr. Ernst Appel (Bingen am Rhein) Synopsis: Amalek is the embodiment of hatred of Jews, attacking the sick and the weak as the Israelites crossed the dessert. Their hatred was not a result of … 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, 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 3, 1920, pp. 3-4

From Breslau’s Communal Life by Dr. Reich, Privy Medical Counselor, Breslau I. Among the important tasks that this paper will have to fulfill belongs the candid reporting on the matters of our Breslau community and the activities of its various … Continue reading

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