London: Published for the Institute by Secker & Warburg, 1999. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, frontispiece photo, x, 517 pp., b/w illustrations, bibliography, list of contributors, index. Very Good. Item #72471
Preface by Grenville and Julius Carlebach. Articles are "The Similarities and Relationship between 'Jüdisch-Theologisches Seminar (Breslau) and the Rabbinical Seminary in Budapest," Moshe Carmilly-Weinberger, "The 'Deutsche Encyclopädie' and the Jews,'" Edward Breuer, "The Beginnings of Jewish Children's Literature in High German: Three Schoolbooks from Berlin (1779), Prague (1781) and Dessau (1782)," Michael Nagel, "When did 'Haskalah' begin? Establishing the Beginning of 'Haskalah' Literature and the Definition of Modernism," Moshe Pelli, "'Thus Spoke Herzl.' Nietzsche's Presence in Herzl's life and Work," Jacob Golomb, " The 'Province' versus Berlin? The relations between Berlin and the Communities in the Regions at the Enf of the nineteenth Century," Jacob Borut, "The 'Israelitische Gebetbücher' of Abraham Geiger and Manuel Joël; A Study in Nineteenth-Century German-Jewish Communal Liturgy and Religion," David Ellenson, "Art under Seige: The Art Scholarship of Rachel Wischnitzer in Berlin, 1921-1938," Katharina S. Feil, "Kurt Sabatzky: The C.V. 'Syndikus' of the Jewish Community in Königsberg during the Weimar Republic," Sabine Thiem, "Jews in Germany and Poland: Changing Roles in Times of Adversity," Yfaat Weiss, "'Jewish Refugees should be welcomed and assisted here.' Shanghai: Exile and Return," Barbara Geldermann, "Experiences of Survival," Eva Kolinsky, "'Mischling' Deserters from the 'Wehrmacht' and their Fate," Steven R. Welch.