Two rare publications about Jewish soldiers who were part of the German armies in World War I. German.
Die Juden im Heer Eine Kriegsstatistik - Jews in the Army, A War Statistics. Booklet by Dr. Walter Laser proving the extensive participation of Jewish soldiers in the German armies in World War I. Thebooklet was intended to rebut anti-Semitic claims that Jews evaded military service in the German military during the war. The report presents many statistics including the fact that out of half a million German Jews, about 100,000 Jewish soldiers served in the German army in World War I. Berlin 1919. 12 pages. Rare, only one record in the world cat library catalog.
Kriegsgedenk buch der israelitischen Kultusgemeinde Nurnberg - War Memorial Book of the Israelite Religious Community of Nuremberg, by Dr. Marr Friedenthal, Nuremberg 1920. An important publication about the Jewish soldiers from the Nuremberg community who participated in the German war effort and fell in World War I. Includes hundreds of names of Jewish soldiers, many details about them, letters they wrote to their families during their military service, and more. 143  p. Rare. Not listed in the world cat library catalog.