Category Archives: Yiddish

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 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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