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The Jew & the German By Kennedy Turner
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The year is 1942 when eleven year old Remy meets a girl named Adi in the park. They soon become best friends.But when Adi mysteriously disappears Remy will have to rely on bravery, trust and the... More > power of friendship to save her.< Less
Against the Jews By John Chrysostom
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John Chrysostom preached 8 sermons to his congregation against the Jews. These were transmitted to us in the Greek manuscripts of his works, but the 2nd sermon was much shorter than the others,... More > leading scholars to suppose that most of that sermon was lost. This belief was confirmed in the 1990's when German scholar Wendy Pradels discovered a forgotten copy of sermon II in a Greek monastery which contained the missing material. It should be added that there is a further sermon of Chrysostom against Jews and Pagans, Contra Iudaeos et gentiles quod Christus sit deus, which has never been translated, and is said to end abruptly, in such a manner as to lead scholars to suppose that the ending is lost.< Less
On the Jews and Their Lies By Martin Luther
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“In fact, they hold us Christians captive in our own country. They let us work in the sweat of our brow to earn money and property while they sit behind the stove, idle away the time, fart, and... More > roast pears. They stuff themselves, guzzle, and live in luxury and ease from our hard-earned goods. With their accursed usury they hold us and our property captive.“ Martin Luther (1483 –1546) was a German priest, professor of theology and father of the Protestant Reformation. On the Jews and Their Lies was written in 1543. In the first ten sections, Luther compares Jews and Judaism to Christians and Christianity, and in the remainder of the book, advises that unless Jews give up Judaism and become Christians, they should be expelled from all Christian lands. He called for the burning of synagogues, the destruction of their religious writings, the execution of rabbis, for the abolition of usury and for Jews to be made to do manual labor.< Less
On the Jews and Their Lies By Martin Luther
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“In fact, they hold us Christians captive in our own country. They let us work in the sweat of our brow to earn money and property while they sit behind the stove, idle away the time, fart, and... More > roast pears. They stuff themselves, guzzle, and live in luxury and ease from our hard-earned goods. With their accursed usury they hold us and our property captive.“ Martin Luther (1483 –1546) was a German priest, professor of theology and father of the Protestant Reformation. On the Jews and Their Lies was written in 1543. In the first ten sections, Luther compares Jews and Judaism to Christians and Christianity, and in the remainder of the book, advises that unless Jews give up Judaism and become Christians, they should be expelled from all Christian lands. He called for the burning of synagogues, the destruction of their religious writings, the execution of rabbis, for the abolition of usury and for Jews to be made to do manual labour.< Less
Neither Greek Nor Jew By faina blagodarova
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Saved by a German officer during WWII, unique violinist Vera Bloom and her savior fall in love but fate separates them. While in a German labor camp she gives birth to a son, Walter Jr. and at... More > war’s end meets Yuri, an American officer of Russian descent who falls in love with her enchanted by her music in a German restaurant. He marries Vera and takes her and Walter Jr. to the US where his Russian/Christian relatives refuse to accept a Jew into their family. Her strong will and magnificent talent however take her to the world’s major stages where she plays to rave audiences. On one of her tours she reencounters her first love Walter, the German father of her child.< Less
Neither Greek Nor Jew By faina blagodarova
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Saved by a German officer during WWII, unique violinist Vera Bloom and her savior fall in love but fate separates them. While in a German labor camp she gives birth to a son, Walter Jr. and at... More > war’s end meets Yuri, an American officer of Russian descent who falls in love with her enchanted by her music in a German restaurant. He marries Vera and takes her and Walter Jr. to the US where his Russian/Christian relatives refuse to accept a Jew into their family. Her strong will and magnificent talent however take her to the world’s major stages where she plays to rave audiences. On one of her tours she reencounters her first love Walter, the German father of her child.< Less
The International Jew Volumes I and II By Henry Ford
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American industrialist and automobile manufacturer Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent in 1918 and used this newspaper to publish a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he... More > identified as the “Jewish Question in America.” The work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy. Volume 1: The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem (1920); and Volume 2: Jewish Activities in the United States (1921).< Less
The International Jew Volumes I and II By Henry Ford
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By Henry Ford and the editors of the Dearborn Independent. Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent and published a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he identified as the... More > “Jewish Question in America.” At its peak, circulation reached 700,000 readers. The work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy. This version is the full unexpurgated original of Ford’s groundbreaking study and contains all the content, prefaces included, of the books first published as Volume 1 and Volume 2. The companion volume contains the other two volumes.< Less
The International Jew Volumes III and IV By Henry Ford
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By Henry Ford and the editors of the Dearborn Independent. Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent and published a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he identified as the... More > “Jewish Question in America.” At its peak, circulation reached 700,000 readers. The work’s reach was worldwide and was quoted in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf. Henry Ford’s picture hung in Hitler’s office, and in July 1938, the German consul at Cleveland gave Ford, on his 75th birthday, the award of the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the highest medal Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy. This version is the full unexpurgated original of Ford’s groundbreaking study and contains all the content, prefaces included, of the books first published as Volume 3 and Volume 4. The companion volume contains the other two volumes.< Less
Schnorrers - Wandering Jews in Germany 1850-1914 By Roni Aaron Bornstein
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The lives of those many Jewish people who achieved great success in Germany have been well documented, but there is another side to this story—that of the hundreds of thousands of poor... More > migrants, beggars and wandering Jews who struggled to eke out a meager living as they moved from community to community. Some of those beggars told stories (in Yiddish: “Schnur”), which is why they were called Schnorrers. These Schnorrers wandered from place to place in search of work and food. Our book tells their story. Dr. Roni Aaron Bornstein has a PhD in European History from Tel Aviv University. The author spent several years in various German and Jewish community archives all over Germany, where he was exposed to a large number of primary sources, published here in English for the first time. Dr. Bornstein is currently the owner and CEO of a number of companies, as well as the chairman of the Israel-Japan Friendship Society and Chamber of Commerce.< Less