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Going Home

A Novella by Bidsche Hohnsalz (from Zehlendorf) [This novella was published in eight installments from June 3, 1921 to July 27, 1921. It follows a Jewish soldier from his hometown to a German field hospital just beyond the trenches of … Continue reading

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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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Jewish Liberal Newspaper, June 10, 1921

p.1 On the Feast of Weeks [Shavuot] by Rabbi Dr. Salomonski, Frankfurt (Oder) Just acknowledging the 10 commandments is not equivalent to a living Judaism. We have no intention to diminish these, which have now become all of humanity’s. Even … Continue reading

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Jewish Liberal Newspaper, May 13, 1921

p.1 Zionist Liberalism. by Rabbi Dr. Jacob (Dortmund). Synopsis: An unusual phenomenon in German Judaism is the appearance of a Liberal Zionism. German liberal Jews see their participation in the development of Palestine as a means to increase the influence … 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, December 3, 1920, p.1

Introduction By Heinrich Stern (Lawyer), Chairman of the Liberal Jewry Association of Germany. The German liberal Jewry, especially its organization, the Liberal Jewry Association of Germany, wishes the new Jewish-Liberal newspaper good fortune and much success! Breslau, the community with … Continue reading

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