Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook XLIV (1999)

Preface by John Grenville and Julius Carlebach

 

I. GERMAN-JEWISH INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT FROM THE LATE EIGHTEENTH TO THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

 

MOSHE CARMILLY-WEINBERGER: The Similarities and Relationship between the Jüdisch-Theologisches Seminar (Breslau) and the Rabbinical Seminary of Budapest

 

EDWARD BREUER: The Deutsche Encyclopädie and the Jews

 

MICHAEL NAGEL: The Beginnings of Jewish Children’s Literature in High German: Three Schoolbooks from Berlin (1779), Prague (1781) and Dessau (1782)

 

MOSHE PELLI: When did Haskalah begin? Establishing the Beginning of Haskalah Literature and the Definition of Modernism

 

JACOB GOLOMB: ‘Thus Spoke Herzl.’ Nietzsche’s Presence in Herzl’s Life and Work

 

II. JEWISH COMMUNITIES IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

 

JACOB BORUT: The ‘Province’ versus Berlin? The relations between Berlin and the Communities in the Regions at the End of the nineteenth Century

 

DAVID ELLENSON: The Israelitische Gebetbücher of Abraham Geiger and Manuel Joël: A Study in Nineteenth-Century German-Jewish Communal Liturgy and Religion

 

III. JEWISH EXPERIENCES IN THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC AND NATIONAL-SOCIALIST GERMANY

 

KATHARINA S. FEIL: Art under Siege: The Art Scholarship of Rachel Wischnitzer in Berlin, 1921-1938

 

SABINE THIEM: Kurt Sabatzky: The C.V. Syndicus of the Jewish Community in Königsberg during the Weimar Republic

 

YFAAT WEISS: Jews in Germany and Poland: Changing Roles in Times of Adversity

 

IV. JEWISH REFUGEES AND DISPLACED PERSONS

 

BARBARA GELDERMANN: “Jewish Refugees should be welcomed and assisted here.” Shanghai: Exile and Return

 

EVA KOLINSKY: Experiences of Survival

 

V. A CASE STUDY

 

STEVEN R. WELCH: Mischling Deserters from the Wehrmacht and their Fate

 

VI. BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 1998

 

VII. LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

VIII. INDEX

 

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