Predigt zur Feier bes 25 jahrigen Regierungs-Jubilaums - A sermon in the Kapell Synagogue, for the celebrations of the 25 years of the reign of His Imperial Majesty Emperor Wilhelm I by Rabbi Dr. Prager, January 3, 1886 - Only Edition. German and some Hebrew.
A sermon full of praise and glory for Emperor Wilhelm I who compares him to Moses in Egypt who came to redeem the children of Israel from their enslavement, no less. Wilhelm I Kaiser of Germany [1797-1888] King of Prussia between January 2, 1861 and March 9, 1888, and Emperor of the German Empire between January 18, 1871 and March 9, 1888. Under his reign, the German Confederation became the German Empire. Germany became a federal state ruled by local nobles under the emperor's rule, and Wilhelm became the head of state who managed to unite it and bring regional peace. In his sermon, Dr. Prager praises the emperor for managing to create regional peace after bloody years, and for the well-being that came to the Jewish people during his reign: "The high leader of the German people, and we who belong to him with faithful love can look back on this period with gratitude from all heart. G-d's miracles done to him and us". At the end of the sermon is gratitude to God and gratitude to the emperor for his goodness to the Jewish people, and a prayer for the peace of his reign. The revenues of the booklet were dedicated to the emperor's pension institution.
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