Almanach Zydowski - Jewish Almanac - 41 articles by important figures about Judaism in Poland and its situation in 1917 and the years preceding it. Poland, 1917. Polish. Rare.
Articles by leading writers of the period dealing with a myriad of topics surrounding the Jewish people in Poland in 1917: waves of Jewish emigration in European countries and from Europe to Israel, the awakening of Zionism in Galicia, Hebrew youth movements, the contribution of Jews to the war efforts in European countries during World War I, the causes of the outbreak of pogroms against Jews in the late 19th century, the extensive activities of Jewish aid organizations for the needy throughout Poland, areas of occupation of Jews in various cities in Poland, the Jewish community in Bukovina, the Jewish Sabbath, on the 20th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress in Basel, relations between the Polish government and the Jewish community, the essence of the Polish-Jewish conflict, Jewry of Warsaw, anti-Semitism in Poland, and more.
Among the writers: Dr. Leon Reich from Lviv, Michael Yarblum from Łódź, Nathan Shuab from Warsaw, Dr. Michael Ringel from Warsaw, Shmuel Hirshson from Warsaw, Dr. Egon Zweig from Vidin, others. Accompanied by photographs and illustrations.
265  p. Not bound. missing title page. Stains. Good condition.