Jüdische Schwänke - Jewish nonsense Edited by Max Präger and Siegfried Schmitz, published by R. Löwit in Leipzig 1928. C ollection of traditional Jewish stories and jokes.
Short humorous pieces dealing with a wide variety of Jewish culture including religion, family, commerce, etc. Told in a lively and captivating style. Among others, jokes of the Hasidic wit Hershel of Ostropol appear. Also featured are jokes used to be told by non-Jews about Jews. The cover has an illustration of three East European Jews.
268  p. Minor tears on spine. Good condition.