History of the Jews in Germany
Jewish settlers founded the Ashkenazi Jewish community in the Early (5th to 10th centuries CE) and High Middle Ages (c.1000–1299 CE). The community prospered under Charlemagne, but suffered during the...
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German Jews
Jewish settlers founded the Ashkenazi Jewish community in the Early (5th to 10th centuries CE) and High Middle Ages (c.1000–1299 CE). The community prospered under Charlemagne, but suffered during the...
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Yiddishkeit
Yiddishkeit (Yiddish: ייִדישקייט — yidishkeyt using the YIVO transliteration rules, yidishkayt in quasi-phonetic transcription) literally means "Jewishness", i. e. "a Jewish way of life", in the ...
Yiddish language
Yiddish (ייִדיש, יידיש or אידיש, yidish/idish, literally "Jewish") is the historical language of the Ashkenazi Jews. It originated during the 9th century in Central Europe, providing the pre-existing ...
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Tseno Ureno
The Tseno Ureno (צאנה וראינה, Tze'nah u-Re'nah), also spelt Tsene-rene, sometimes called the Women's Bible, was a Yiddish-language prose work of c.1590s whose structure parallels the weekly Torah port...
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Max Abraham
Max Abraham ([ˈaːbʀaham]; 26 March 1875 – 16 November 1922) was a German physicist.Abraham was born in Danzig, Imperial Germany (now Gdańsk in Poland) to a family of Jewish merchants. His father was M...
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Judeo-Latin
Judeo-Latin (also Judæo-Latin), La‘az, or Ebraico-Latino is a presumed Jewish language for many scattered Jewish communities of the former Roman Empire, but especially by the Jewish communities of the...
Emil Friedrich Kautzsch
Emil Friedrich Kautzsch (4 September 1841 – 7 May 1910) was a German Hebrew scholar and biblical critic, born at Plauen, Saxony. He was educated at Leipzig, in whose theological faculty he was ...
Georg Mayr
Georg Mayr, Latin Georgius Marius (1564–1623) was a Bavarian Jesuit priest and Hebrew grammarian. In addition his translations into Hebrew he also published the illustrated version of the catechism of...
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Yiddish music
Klezmer (Yiddish: כליזמר or קלעזמער (klezmer), pl.: כליזמרים (klezmorim), כליזמר from Hebrew: כלי זמר‎ — instruments of music) is a musical tradition of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe...
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Jerusalem (Mendelssohn)
Jerusalem, or on Religious Power and Judaism (German: Jerusalem oder über religiöse Macht und Judentum) is a book written by Moses Mendelssohn, which was first published in 1783 – the same year, w...
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Leo-Baeck-Medal
The Leo-Baeck-Medal has been awarded since 1978 by the Leo Baeck Institute of New York and is given for special efforts in German-Jewish reconciliation. The Leo-Baeck-Preis of the Central Council of J...
Jüdischer Friedhof Köln-Bocklemünd
Jüdischer Friedhof Köln-Bocklemünd is a cemetery in Cologne, Germany. A Jewish burial site since 1918, many of its tombstones are noted for their extravagant artistic designs.
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The Joys of Yiddish
The Joys of Yiddish is a book containing the lexicon of common words and phrases in the Yiddish language, primarily focusing on those words that had become known to speakers of American English due to...
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Adolf Rosenzweig
Rabbi Dr. Adolf Rosenzweig (October 20, 1850, Turdossin, Hungary – August 16, 1918, Kolberg, Germany) was a German moderate liberal rabbi and Biblical and Talmudic scholar. In his publications he deal...
List of German Jews
The first Jewish population in the region to be later known as Germany came with the Romans to the city now known as Cologne. A "Golden Age" in the first millennium saw the emergence of the Ashkenazi ...
History of Frankfurt am Main
The history of the city of Frankfurt am Main is the story of a hill at a ford in the Main River that developed into a leading financial centre, nicknamed the smallest metropolis in the world. The spir...
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Berlin 36
Berlin 36 is a 2009 German film telling the fate of Jewish track and field athlete Gretel Bergmann in the 1936 Summer Olympics. She was replaced by the Nazi regime by an athlete later discovered to b...
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Amir Katz
Amir Katz, born 1973 in Ramat Gan, Israel, is a pianist who lives in Germany. He began piano lessons at the age of 11 and won his first national competitions in Israel four years later. He received sc...
Heinz-Josef Fabry
Heinz-Josef Fabry (Winterberg, 14 December 1944) is a German Hebraist and deacon of the Catholic Theological Faculty of Bonn University. Following the death of his teacher Gerhard Johannes Botterweck ...
Yiddish theatre
Yiddish theatre consists of plays written and performed primarily by Jews in Yiddish, the language of the Central European Ashkenazi Jewish community. The range of Yiddish theatre is broad: operetta, ...
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