Published January 1990
by Wayne State University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||American Jewish Archives (Corporate Author), Abraham J. Peck (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||268|
The German-Jewish legacy in America, from Bildung to the Bill of Rights / edited and introduced by Abraham J. Peck. Publication | Library Call Number: EJ5 G38 Other Title. Get this from a library! The German-Jewish legacy in America, from Bildung to the Bill of Rights. [Abraham J Peck; Theodore Wiener;]. The German-Jewish legacy in America, from Bildung to the Bill of Rights by Peck, Abraham J;Wiener, Theodore, German-Jewish legacy: an overstated idealPages: THE GERMAN-JEWISH LEGACY IN AMERICA A SYMPOSIUM Cincinnat November issue of American Jewish Archives, Volume XL, Number 2. 8vo., pp (complete issue), wraps. VG, one small scuff on front wrap. (a) $ Glasner, Akiba. KONIGIN SABBAT UND DIE ERLOSUNG ISRAELS Zurich (). Sm.8vo., pp., wraps.
The German-Jewish Legacy in America, From Bildung to the Bill or Rights it was ok avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions/5(4). THE GERMAN-JEWISH LEGACY IN AMERICA Michael A. Meyer A little over years ago, in his poem "Princess Sabbath," Heinrich Heine compared the sufferings of the itinerant Jewish peddler in the German countryside to a despised dog. He wrote: Hund mit hündischen Gedanken Kötert er die ganze Woche Durch des Lebens Koth und Kehricht. American Jewish Archives Journal on the subject, “The German-Jewish Legacy in America, –” In his essay for the symposium Plaut wrote, “The final destruction of German Jewry which was set in motion on Kristallnacht made its unplanned contribution to . The German-Jewish Legacy in America, From Bildung to the Bill or Rights by Abraham J. Peck (Editor) it was ok avg rating — 1 rating — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving.
The German-Jewish Legacy in America, – (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, ) p. Google Scholar See, too, in Christof Mauch and Joseph Salmons, eds., German-Jewish Identities in America (Madison, WI: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, ), essays by Henry Feingold and Manfred Kirchheimer. A German-Jewish Legacy Manfred Jonas In order to speak meaningfully about a German-Jewish legacy and its presumed impact on either the American Jewish community or the United States as a whole, we must posit the existence of a definable "German-Jewishness." We . ancestral heritage. Through times of storm and stress the German-American has preserved his cultural legacy. According to Germanic legend, the first German to set foot on American soil was Tyrker, the foster father of Leif Erickson, the Norse leader whose ships reached America . German Jewish Refugees in the United States and Their Relationships with Germany, – Anne C. Schenderlein Full Text PDF | Full Text ePUB Made available under a CC BY-NC-ND license with support from Knowledge Unlatched. pages, bibliog., index. ISBN $/£ Hb Published (October ).