Auction 2 Eretz Israel, settlement, anti-Semitism, Holocaust and She'erit Ha-Pleita, postcards and photographs, letters by rabbis and rebbes, Judaica, and more
Jul 30, 2019 (Your local time)
 1 Abraham Ferrera, Jerusalem

The auction will take place on Tuesday, june 30, 2019 at 18:00 (Israel time).

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LOT 31:

judisch Festtage - Jewish Calendar. Frankfurt, 1936 - Single leaf. rare

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judische winterhilfe - Jewish calendar for 1936, which lists the dates of the Jewish holidays. Hebrew date against a foreign date, M. LERRBERGER & CO. Frankfurt am Main. German. rare.

Rare calendar  - a single leaf published in Frankfurt under the tightening of the Nazi ring on the Jewish community that lost 50% of its members between 1933 and 1938.

after Hitler's appointment as Chancellor of the Reich in January 1933, municipal councils were dissolved and new elections were declared, The bitter fate of Frankfurt Jewry is no other to come.The Jewish mayor Landman was forced to resign. Instead of Landman he was appointed the old Nazi mayor, Dr. fridrich Krebs. Many of the heads of the departments were replaced, especially those who were Jews. The University of Frankfurt was a favorite destination. The Nazis took control of the divisions where there was a Jewish, and there was a public conflagration of their books. In April 1933, as part of the "General Boycott Day",- a list of businesses, shops, theaters, cinemas, singers, actors, doctors and Jewish lawyers was banned from buying or contacting them. The arrests of Jews (especially "the East Jews") were daily. Jews were marginalized from the civil service and the free professions. Jewish lecturers from the university, including Martin Buber and Karl Mannheim. All references to the contribution of the Jews in Frankfurt were deleted - street names named after Jews were changed. Jewish contributions to German culture were reduced. In 1935, when the Nuremberg Laws were enacted only "German blood" were considered citizens of the state with political rights. The rest were considered "subjects," without rights. The right to vote for Jews was revoked. They were denied the right to work in public institutions. The boycott activity against Jewish businesses continued. Due to the financial difficulties of the community (deprived of the economic life of Frankfurt) and their numerical decline (due to emigration) Jewish cultural and social life was reduced over time, and various institutions disintegrated one by one.

This is a historical remnant smaller in size than But greater in value from the Jewish community of Frankfurt in 1936-7 - Judisch Festtage-- A calendar printed on a single leaf listing the Hebrew dates of that year, and on the right is the Latin date.

Rare, not listed in the bibliography, and does not appear in the National Library.

[1] leaf 10x6 cm. very fine condition, traces of glue from behind.

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