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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: Hebrew
    Pages: 1 + 8 pages : , print.
    Year of publication: 2007
    Keywords: Jews Labor movement ; Press, Socialist ; Clippings
    Note: Hebrew , English synopsis
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  • 2
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: Hebrew
    Pages: 14 pages : , Offprint.
    Year of publication: 2005
    Keywords: Schmidt, Helmut, ; Clippings
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  • 3
    Language: German
    Pages: 101 Seiten
    Year of publication: 2005
    Keywords: Thesaurus
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 27 pages : , bound typescript.
    Year of publication: 2000
    Keywords: Rothstein, Esther. ; Storch, Baruch. ; Storch family. ; Jewish refugees ; Jewish refugees ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Kindertransports (Rescue operations) ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Textile industry. ; Antwerp (Belgium) ; Brazil Emigration and immigration. ; Hannover (Germany) ; Tel Aviv (Israel) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir was written in Israel in the 1990s. Phillippe Storch's father Baruch was born 1887 in Galicia. He came to Hannover at age 13 and started his own business in 1907. His ready-made men's clothing had great success and expanded within the years. He met his future wife Deborah, née Horowitz in Hannover, where she had moved with her father from Galicia. They married in 1912. Phillippe was the youngest of four children. His father Baruch, an orthodox Jew, was a strict but a just and kind-hearted man. He was a fervent German patriot and an admirer of German culture, which left him blind folded to the events of the Nazi era and ultimately led to his end in Auschwitz. The children were brought up with German education. Phillippe's older brother Sally was a member of Agudat Yisroel and prepared himself for emigration to Palestine (hakhsharah), which their father strongly opposed. Despite the anti-Jewish boycott the business still continued to do well until 1938. With the "Kristallnacht" on November 9th 1938 things deteriorated rapidly. The family, who had been granted German citizenship, became stateless. During "Kristallnacht" the entire apartment and their shop were devastated. In 1939 Phillippe joined a children's transport to the Netherlands. 1940 the Germans entered the Netherlands. Phillippe's brother Sally and his sister Martha crossed the border illegally to Belgium, where Sally contracted TB and died shortly after the Germans entered the country. Through the help of the "Resistence" Phillippe was reunited with his sister and mother in Antwerp, Belgium. They managed to get to Southern France, where their mother died of exhaustion. Through adventurous circumstances Phillippe managed to cross the border to Switzerland together with his sister and her husband.
    Abstract: He was taken to a military camp near Zurich. It was in poor conditions, but they had a rich cultural life due to many famous inmates such as the singer Josef Schmidt and the writer Manes Sperber. Transfer to a family camp in Morgin, where he got married to his inmate Esther Rothstein. Post-war life in France. 1946 birth of his oldest son Sami in Lyon. French citizenship in 1949. Emerging textile business. Business travels to Israel. Emigration to Brazil in 1952. Export business with his friend Shloyme Draenger.
    Note: English , Synopsis in file
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  • 5
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 11 , manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1991
    Former Title: No title
    Keywords: Singer, Walter. ; Antisemitism. ; Chess players. ; Jewish refugees. ; Austria History Anschluss, 1938. ; Innsbruck (Austria) ; Palestine Emigration and immigratio 1933-1945. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir by Moshe Atidi including recollections of life in Innsbruck in the Nazi period, of his moving to Prague and Vienna, of his emigration to Palestine via Yugoslavia and Greece, of his illegal immigration in Palestine, and of life in Palestine and Israel as a tobacco worker and chess master.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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  • 6
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 16 pages : , Off-print from Maarivolumes
    Year of publication: 1990
    Keywords: Maccabi World Union. ; France. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Soldiers. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Memoir of life in Moravia before 1938; attempts to enter Palestine in 1939; service in the French Foreign Legion; after the war service in the Israely Army until 1962; after his retirement from the Army he worked as the general secretary for the world league of the Maccabi
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , list in file
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  • 7
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 4 + 46 pages (1 1/2 space) : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1989
    Keywords: Adler family ; Carlebach family. ; Joël family. ; Joël, Eduard. ; Mizrachi. ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Physicians. ; Rabbis. ; Zionism. ; Lübeck (Germany) ; Memel Territory. ; Moisling (Lübeck, Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Adler’s memoirs circa 1825-1954, originally written in Kvuzat Javne in 1954, edited by the author’s nephew, Eli Rothschild:
    Abstract: History of the Adler, Joel and Carlebach families of Moisling and Luebeck; rabbinate and orthodox Jewish milieu of Northern Germany; visits with Rabbi Emanuel Carlebach in Memel; beginnings of Zionism in Luebeck; Ephraim Adler's activities for "Mizrachi" movement; family relationship with British chief rabbi Nathan Adler.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 23 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1985
    Keywords: Auschwitz (Concentration camp) ; Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp) ; Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) ; Antisemitism. ; Fasts and feasts Judaism. ; Migration, Internal. ; Death marches. ; Forced labor. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Women authors. ; Czechoslovakia History 1918-1939. ; Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic) ; Prague (Czech Republic) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Family owned Kosher restaurant in Karlsbad; anti-Semitic attack in 1937; family moved to Prague in 1939; deportation to Theresienstadt; life in Theresienstadt with parents and older sister; deportation to Auschwitz; transport with mother and sister to Hamburg as slave laborers; transport to Bergen-Belsen; liberation by British troops; emigration to Palestine.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , Synopsis in file
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  • 9
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 14 pages : , off-print.
    Year of publication: 1985
    Keywords: Auschwitz (Concentration camp) ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; National socialism. ; Religion and culture. ; Publications.
    Abstract: Manuscript: "Valhalla, Calvary and Auschwitz". Article positing that National Socialism was a black religion - i.e., that Judeo Christian morality was suppressed, but the religious passion which guided the Nazis permitted the excesses which resulted in the Holocaust.
    Abstract: Article positing that National Socialism was a black religion - i.e., that Judeo Christian morality was suppressed, but the religious passion which guided the Nazis permitted the excesses which resulted in the Holocaust.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English
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  • 10
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Pages: 20 pages : , handwritten manuscript.
    Year of publication: 1984
    Keywords: Caro family. ; Caro, N. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Chronicle of the Caro family from Simon Caro (12th cent) up to the year 1983. First part written by Jakob Caro in 1891 in Hebrew (translated by Prof. Ellenbogen in 1920), addenda by Eva Marie Nadelmann (Chava Agmon).
    Note: Available on microfilm , German and some Hebrew
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  • 11
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 47 pages (double space) : , typescript (carbon copy).
    Year of publication: 1984
    Keywords: Mizrachi. ; Economists. ; Education. ; Immigrants ; Metal trade. ; Merchants. ; Teachers. ; Zionism. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Kaliningrad (Kaliningradskai︠a︡ oblastʹ, Russia) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1937. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Youth in Berlin; Misrachi organization; apprenticeship in metal business and teacher in commercial school; dismissal from state commercial school and first director of Berlin Jewish community's commercial school; emigration to Palestine; description of life of German emigrants in Palestine.
    Abstract: Also included is the author’s article about Adass Jisroel in Königsberg/Pr., published in Israel Nachrichten, July 1984.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 12
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 16 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1983
    Keywords: Naphtali, Fritz, ; Socialism. ; Zionism. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: English abstract of a Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Tel Aviv.
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  • 13
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 14 pages : , clippings.
    Year of publication: 1965
    Keywords: Arlosoroff, Chaim, ; Blumenfeld, Kurt, ; Levy, Trude. ; Pinsker, Leon, ; Thomaschewsky, Hanna (née Biram) ; Thon, Hanna Helena, ; Hotelkeepers. ; Jewish families. ; Musicians. ; Sports. ; Teachers. ; Women authors. ; Women Societies and clubs. ; Zionism. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1871-1933. ; Tel Aviv (Israel) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Clippings ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Newspaper clippings published in Mitteilungsblatt (MB) 23-24, June 1965.
    Abstract: Childhood and family life in Germany. She was a student at the Sophien-Lyzeum (Girl's School) in Berlin and developed an early interest in sports. Kaethe Dan-Rosen was among the founding members of the Jewish women's sports association (Ifftus). Training as a gymnastic and sports teacher. Description of the Zionist sport movement in pre World War I Germany. Emigration to Palestine in 1922. Recollections of the life in Palestine in the 1920s. First hotel projects in Safed and Tel-Aviv. Influx of German Jews in the 1930s. Memories of prominent artists and musicians who stayed as guests in her hotel.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 119 , bound typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1965
    Keywords: Freie Wissenschaftliche Vereinigung. ; B'nai B'rith. ; Chemists. ; Education, Higher 1871-1918. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Merchants. ; Reform Judaism. ; Shoe industry. ; Students' societies. ; Universities and colleges. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Israel. ; Moscow (Russia) ; Warsaw (Poland) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Description of parents and grandparents; university studies in Berlin, Munich and Goettingen; "Freie Wissenschaftliche Vereinigung" student organization; visit to Moscow; World War I in Warsaw as expert for chemical sources; professional career in shoe business; activities in Jewish community; Nazi years and emigration to Palestine; life in Palestine/Israel; describes his liberal views on religion and politics.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 15
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 page : , print.
    Year of publication: 1956
    Keywords: Rosenblüth, Martin, ; Jews, German Zionists. ; Statesmen. ; Zionism. ; Clippings
    Abstract: Article by Kurt Blumenfeld on occasion of Martin Rosenblueth's 70th birthday (March 16, 1956, Mitteilungsblatt).
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 56 pages : , annotated typescript.
    Year of publication: 1956
    Keywords: Stricker, Robert, ; Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) ; Antisemitism. ; Holocaust survivors Personal narratives. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Refugees. ; Zionism. ; Austria History Anschluss, 1938. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Max Mautner's memoir provides a detailed account of daily life and suffering in Vienna during the first years after the Anschluss. During some of that time, Mautner was working at a Jewish office in Vienna distributing food stamps. The second part of the memoir is dedicated to the concentration camp Theresienstadt, where he was deported to in 1942. Mautner remembers terrible diseases and work conditions. After some time he was employed as a guard, first at a manufactory, then at the one and only coffee house at Theresienstadt. His account then covers the liberation of Theresienstadt by the Russian army, his time at the displaced persons camp at Deggendorf, Germany, and finally a transport of 800 orphans to Palestine, which he accompanied. The memoir ends with the formal establishment of Israel in 1948.
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 8 pages (double space) : , Typewritten manuscript (carbon copy).
    Year of publication: 1955
    Keywords: Women authors. ; Zionism. ; Rabbis. ; Jewish leadership. ; Reform Judaism. ; Stargard Szczeciński (Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Description of the small Jewish community of Preussisch-Stargard (Western Prussia), circa 1900-1914: Religious education; conflict between Zionist rabbi and liberal community board.
    Note: Available on microfilm
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 345 , bound handwritten manuscript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1949
    Keywords: Poetry. ; German poetry. ; Jewish poetry. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Fifty-seven poems.
    Abstract: Pages 312-345 contain transcribed reviews in the German and Austrian press of Eli Elkana’s earlier works. Also included is a transcribed letter from Eli Elkana to Bertha Badt-Strauss, July 20, 1950.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 64 + 40 pages : , 4 handwritten notebooks +
    Additional Material: + transcript (40 + 27 pages)
    Year of publication: 1946
    Keywords: Ginsberg family. ; Ginsburg family. ; Perlis family. ; Weisbrem family. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Jews Genealogy. ; Günzburg (Germany) ; Karlsruhe (Germany) ; Kaliningrad (Kaliningradskai︠a︡ oblastʹ, Russia) ; Prague (Czech Republic) ; Autobiographies ; Genealogical tables ; Biographical sources ; Genealogical tables. ; Memoirs
    Abstract: History of the Guenzburg (Ginzburg, Ginsburg), Perlis and Weisbrem families reaching back to the town of Guenzburg (Swabia) in the 16th century; probably incomplete.
    Abstract: Includes typed transcript by Jacques Gunsbourg, 2005 (not on microfilm)
    Note: German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 5 + 1 pages : , typescript; notes.
    Year of publication: 1944
    Keywords: Sachsenhausen (Concentration camp) ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Civil service. ; Police. ; Berlin (Germany). Officials and employees. ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Oral history interview, conducted by Dr. K.J. Ball: Fragmentary description of the author's activities in the Berlin police headquarters, his imprisonment in Sachsenhausen and general remarks on Nazi rule.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 5 pages (double space) : , Typewritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1944
    Keywords: Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Rabbis. ; Antisemitism. ; Elbląg (Poland) ; Prussia, East (Poland and Russia) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Report on the antisemitic persecutions in the small-town Jewish community of Elbing (East Prussia, today Elbląg, Poland) told by the community's rabbi; mainly on November pogrom of 1938; contacts between rabbi Neufeld and Gestapo; contains also excerpt of "Juedisches Wochenblatt" (Buenos Aires on November pogrom in Elbing and Koenigsberg.
    Abstract: Report on the antisemitic persecutions in the small-town Jewish community of Elbing (East Prussia) told by the community's rabbi; mainly on November pogrom of 1938; contacts between rabbi Neufeld and Gestapo; contains also excerpt of "Juedisches Wochenblatt" (Buenos Aires on November pogrom in Elbing and Koenigsberg.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 19 + 2 pages : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1943
    Keywords: Dünkelsbühler family. ; Kitzinger family. ; Kitzinger, Samuel. ; Bankers. ; Banks and banking. ; Jewish families. ; Lawyers. ; Fürth (Bavaria, Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: History of the Kitzinger family in Ansbach, Munich and Fuerth and their bank business reaching back to the early 19th century.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 23 + 36 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1942
    Keywords: Jewish families. ; Merchants ; Jews History. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Calau (Germany : Landkreis) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir starts with the grandfather, who acquired the family house located in the vicinity of Berlin which served as a meeting point for the Ball family for four generations. The larger part of the manuscript deals with the period between 1933 and 1938.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Lecture at the genealogical society in Tel Aviv, March 16, 1942
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Reminiscences (Erinnerungen): extended version of folder 1
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 40 + 23 pages : , typescript (carbon copy).
    Year of publication: 1939
    Keywords: Dienemann, Max, ; Dienemann, Mally, ; Buchenwald (Concentration camp) ; Nationaler Frauendienst (Berlin, Germany) ; Antisemitism. ; Women Education ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Jews Intellectual life 1933-1945. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Rabbis. ; Women authors. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Golub-Dobrzyń (Poland) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1929-1948. ; Racibórz (Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Recollections of the author's childhood in Gollub (West Prussia) on the border to the Polish-Russian town Dobrzyn. Description of the orthodox Jewish community in Dobrzyn and the assimilated life in Gollub. Mally was enrolled in a homemaking school (Hoehere Toechternschule) and has positive recollections of the relationship with her gentile classmates. In 1900 she was sent to a girl's boarding school in Berlin, where she became involved in literary circles. Influence of the women's movement and opposition of her parents to her wish to learn a profession. In 1904 she got married to the rabbi Max Dienemann. Introduction to a new perception of Judaism. Life in Ratibor. Recollections of World War One. War relief work in a patriotic woman's organization (Nationaler Frauendienst) and confrontation with the plight of the workers' families. Spartakus revolution of 1918. Treaty of Versailles.
    Abstract: Max and Mally Dienemann moved to Offenbach in 1919. Inflation and food shortages. Lectures of her husband. Unemployment and political instability of the Weimar Republic. Rise of Nazism. Boycotts and slowly increasing persecution of Jews in Germany in 1933. Emigration of Mally's siblings and her eldest daughter to Palestine. Optimism of her husband and believe in the general decency of his fellow Germans. Arrest of Max Dienemann in December 1933 after lecturing on Herode and drawing parallels to present time. He was taken to Osthofen concentration camp and was released after a few weeks with the help of gentile friends. Censorship and anti-Jewish propaganda in the press. Discrimination of her children at school. Awareness of the growing danger of Nazi Germany. Kulturbund and Jewish cultural life. Decision to emigrate to Palestine. November pogrom in 1938. Arrest of Max Dienemann, who was taken to Buchenwald. Description of Jewish life in the midst of discrimination and persecution. Emigration to Palestine via England in December 1938.
    Description / Table of Contents: Aufzeichnungen
    Description / Table of Contents: Letters and notes
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuchblaetter
    Note: Available on microfilms MM 18 and MF 96(1). , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 12 pages (1.5 space) : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1934
    Keywords: Antisemitism. ; Jews Intellectual life. ; Women authors. ; Zionism. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Palestine Emigration and immigration 1871-1933. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Description of life of her ancestors in Russia; childhood in Berlin and exposure to German music, literature and philosophy; confrontation with anti-Semitism and her turn towards Zionism under the influence of her son Ludwig.
    Abstract: The typescript with a short introduction by Erich Cohn served as an obituary for Doris Davidsohn and was published in "Juedische Rundschau" on Feb. 23. 1934.
    Note: Available on microfilm MM 17; copies on MF 264(12) and MF 74(12). , German
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    Tel Aviv :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 36 pages (double space) : , typescript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1933
    Former Title: No title
    Keywords: Artisans ; Jewish teachers. ; Marriage. ; Merchants. ; Sales personnel. ; Donaueschingen (Germany) ; Prussia, East (Poland and Russia) ; Karlsruhe (Germany) ; Lithuania. ; Switzerland Emigration and immigration. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Childhood in Lithuania; difficult time after father's early death; mother and stepfather immigrated to USA; move to Memel and Bischofsburg (East Prussia); move to Donaueschingen (Baden) where author was a salesman and teacher of Jewish children; description of wedding ceremony in Karlsruhe (1897); new career as merchant in Switzerland.
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