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2 edition of German Jewry. found in the catalog.

German Jewry.

Wiener Library.

German Jewry.

by Wiener Library.

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Published by Institute of Contemporary History in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement edited by Helen Kehr.
SeriesWiener Library -- no.6
ContributionsKehr, Helen.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22307205M
ISBN 100950612103

In this elegantly written book, John Efron looks in depth at the special allure Sephardic aesthetics held for German Jewry. Efron examines how German Jews idealized the sound of Sephardic Hebrew and the Sephardim’s physical and moral beauty, and shows how the allure of the Sephardic found expression in neo-Moorish synagogue architecture Cited by: 7. At the same time he declared the “Jewish language and writing” as abolished: all trade books, official documents and official certificates were to be written in German from then on. On July a new ruling was published: each Jew in German lands was required to either adopt (or if they already had one, to maintain) a firm, German surname.

  German researcher’s book, once owned by Adolf Hitler, lists Jewish residents of US and Canada Leyland Cecco in Toronto Fri 25 Jan EST . In this elegantly written book, John Efron looks in depth at the special allure Sephardic aesthetics held for German Jewry. Efron examines how German Jews idealized the sound of Sephardic Hebrew and the Sephardim\'s physical and moral beauty, and shows how the allure of the Sephardic found expression in neo-Moorish synagogue architecture.

A anti-German propaganda book by Leon Feuchtwanger and others entitled Der Gelbe Fleck: Die Ausrotung von , deutschen Juden (The Yellow Spot: The Extermination of , German Jews, Paris, ), presents a typical example. Jewish Blood Enters German Families. Freemasonry as an Organ of Jewry. The Jewish Press Dictatorship. Jewry and the Parties. The Jews Influence Culture. Jewry’s “Great Days” During Germany’s Decline. The Role of Jewry among Other Peoples. Part V: Ideas on Jewish .


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