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Saving the Jewish family

myths and realities in the diaspora strategies for the future : an analysis and cumulative bibliography, 1970-1982

by Gerald B. Bubis

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Published by University Press of America, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Center for Jewish Community Studies in Lanham, MD, [Jerusalem] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Jewish families.,
    • Jewish families -- Bibliography.,
    • Jewish way of life.,
    • Jewish way of life -- Bibliography.,
    • Jews -- United States -- Social conditions.,
    • Jews -- United States -- Social conditions -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 103-197.

      StatementGerald B. Bubis.
      ContributionsMerkaz le-ḥeḳer ha-ḳehilah ha-Yehudit (Jerusalem)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ525.J4 B82 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 201 p. ;
      Number of Pages201
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2389768M
      ISBN 100819165743, 0819165751
      LC Control Number87019013

      When a Jewish family flees from the German invasion of their home country of Czechoslovakia in , their flight leads them to France via Switzerland, eventually on to Tel Aviv, Israel. The family, under the headship of banker Frederic Bartok. What Is Jewish Education? According to biblical law, a child is not obligated to observe mitzvot until reaching adulthood. Nevertheless, there’s a mitzvah of rabbinic origin, known as chinuch, for parents to educate their children to do mitzvot and to avoid doing things that the Torah forbids.. The mitzvah of chinuch kicks in for each mitzvah as soon as the child is capable of observing that.

        Bert Jan Flim, Saving the Children: History of the Organized Effort to Rescue Jewish Children in the Netherlands, Abridged by Jozien J. Driessen-van het Reve; tr. Jeannette K. Ringold. Occasional Publications of the Dept. of Near Eastern Studies and the Program of Jewish Studies, Cornell University 6. It is just as much a part of your family history as any other branches, and therefore important for a genealogist to know. Here is what you need to know about Jewish surnames and their meanings. The history of the Jewish people is a long and complex one, filled with a lot of turmoil punctuated by brief periods of peace and tranquility.

      OPERATION KINDERTRANSPORT. On December 2, , Jewish and Christian agencies began rescuing German and Austrian Jewish children on Kindertransporten (children's transports). The "Refugee Children's Movement," a group under the auspices of the Central British Fund for German Jewry or CBF (which later became the World Jewish Relief organization), urged concerned Christians .   A Greek woman who risked her life to hide a Jewish family from the Nazis during the war says she can now 'die quietly' after an emotional reunion with the children they went on to have.


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