Danzig, Between East and West. Aspects of Modern Jewish History. Isadore Twersky.

Danzig, Between East and West. Aspects of Modern Jewish History.

Cambridge, Massachusetts: Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1985. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, xviii, 173 pp. Very Good. Item #87638
ISBN: 0674192567

Articles are "The Image of Germany and German Jewry in East European Jewish Society During the 19th Century," Israel Bartal, "Problems of Western European Jews in the 20th Century: A Comparative Study of Danzig and Paris," Yerachmiel Cohen, "From Ghetto to Zionism, Mutual Influences of East and West,
Jacob Katz, "R. Israel Lipschuetz and the Portrait of Moses Controversy," Sid Z. Leiman, "The German Model of Religious Reform and Russian Jewry,"
Michael A. Meyer, "The Death of Sigismund Markus: The Jews of Danzig in the Fiction of Günter Grass," Siegbert Prawer, "Polish Jews in the Gdansk Trade in the Late 17th and Early 18th Centuries," Moshe J. Rosman, "The Rise of Jewish Nationalism on the Border of Eastern and Western Europe: Rabbi Z.H. Kalisher, David Gordon, Peretz Smolenskin," Jospeh Salmon, "Art as Social History: Moritz Oppenheim and the German Jewish Emancipation," Ismar Schorsch.

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