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The echo of the Nazi Holocaust in rabbinic literature

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Holocaust and Jewish law, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), Responsa --
Other titlesNazi holocaust.
Statementby H. J. Zimmels.
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LC ClassificationsD810.J4 Z55 1977
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 372 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4908161M
ISBN 100870684272
LC Control Number76056778
OCLC/WorldCa2881249

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Description: xxiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The period from the beginning of the Nazi rule in Germany in until the expulsion of the Polish Jews in October --The period from the deportation of the Polish Jews until the outbreak of World War II --World War II --The aftermath and.

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Zimmels, The Echo of the Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Literature (New York: Ktav, ), and Irving J. Rosenbaum, The Author: Jonathan I. Helfand. The Nazi Holocaust is an important breakthrough in the struggle to understand this shattering event.

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Zimmels’ book, The Echo of Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Thought, contrasts the Holocaust with rabbinical literature in a wider con-text of rabbinical thought.

Zimmels’ book also provided translated responsas accompanied by brief analytic observations.3 Both afore-mentioned books were published by Ktav publication and both. Zimmels, H. The Echo Of The Nazi Holocaust In Rabbinic Literature 1st Edition.

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Cruelties of Jewish-Nazi Collaboration. Polish Scholar Ewa Kurek Inadvertently Validated. Jewish Law Permits Re-Purposed Christian Tombstones This book presents a great deal of arcane information related to the Shoah. Read more. In this short film, a Holocaust survivor, an Iranian author, an American literary critic, and two Museum historians discuss the Nazi book burnings and why totalitarian regimes often target culture, particularly literature.

Related Articles and Information. From the Holocaust Encyclopedia. This is the most comprehensive book you will ever read on the Holocaust. Well documented and well written. He starts with an extensive look at the roots of anti-semitism in the Weimar Republic and goes forward in an easy to read time line of the events that followed, paying especially close attention to the motives of the NAZI regime and how /5.

(shelved 8 times as holocaust-memoirs) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Abstract. The widespread processes of avoidance and denial manifested in relation to the Holocaust are a reflection on the one hand of humanity’s desperate struggle to survive physically in the face of the overwhelming threat of death and on the other of the attempt to ward off knowledge of inconceivable catastrophe that threatens its psychological : Shamai Davidson.

Idem, “Hungarian Rabbinic Responsa Regarding Local Decrees on Opening Shops on Saturdays” (Yad Vashem Studies, 42 no.1, ) pp. ; the reference to the responsum of R. Pinhas Zimetbaum (Nagyvárad) by Hirsch J. Zimmels in his book The Echo of the Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Literature.

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Zimmels. " Three excellent book-length studies of Holocaust-era responsa in English are: Irving J. Rosenbaum, The Holocaust and Halakhah (New York, ), Hirsch Jacob Zimmels, The Echo of the Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Literature (New York, ), and Esther Farbstein, Hidden in Thunder: Perspectives on Faith, Halachah and Leadership During the Holocaust (New York, ).Author: Michael A Grodin, Johnathan I Kelly, Erin L Miller, Robert Kirschner, Joseph Polak.

See Michman, The Holocaust and Holocaust Research, pp. –, note 9; Zur, “Orthodox Jewry in Germany,” pp. ; Hirsch J. Zimmels, The Echo of the Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Literature (New York:Ktav, ).

In this short film, a Holocaust survivor, an Iranian author, an American literary critic, and two Museum historians discuss the Nazi book burnings and why totalitarian regimes often target culture, particularly literature.

—US Holocaust Memorial Museum. A serious collection of articles in Hebrew about non-Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide would be of vast importance. If this initial unfortunate attempt spurs an initiative to publish such a volume, the book will have served its purpose.

Daniel Blatman is a Holocaust historian at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This is a book that is must reading not only for Holocaust and genocide scholars but also for students of international law, the ethics of criminal law, the psychological literature industry on trauma and recovery, transitional justice and reconciliation processes, restorative justice, theological categories of forgiveness, Améry's work in.

New York- Holocaust Library, Volkov, Shulamit. “The ‘Kristallnacht’ in Context.” Leo Baeck Institute Year Book XXXV’ () Zimmels. The Echo of the Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Literature. New York- Ktav Publishing, pp. VIDEORECORDINGS-Kristallnacht. Lincroft, NJ- Brokkdale Community College, n.d.

In “The Echo of the Nazi Holocaust in Rabbinic Literature,” Rabbi HJ Zimmels writes of two opposing emotions amongst European Jews at the time of the Holocaust – pessimism and despair leading to suicide, and optimism and hope leading to a strong will to survive. Holocaust Bibliography UC San Diego.

AARON, Frieda W., – Bearing the unbearable: Yiddish 2. ABELLA, Irving M., – None is too many: Canada and the 3. ADLER, H. G – Der verwaltete Mensch: Studien z. ADLER, Jacques, –. Taken from Rabbinic Responsa of the Holocaust Era, Robert Kirschner, p44 I wrote my treatise at a time of terrible distress, at a time when a sharp-edged sword was lying over the neck of Israel, the wicked Nazi government having imposed a ban on shehitah if performed without stunning.

AtFile Size: KB. Brief but surprisingly comprehensive, The Nazi Holocaust places the tragedy in historical context, summarizes its major events, and considers the moral, ethical, and psychological issues that have followed in its wake. By showing how the event is universal rather than uniquely Jewish, and by making connections between the Holocaust and larger human history, Ronnie S.

Landau succeeds in making. A Holocaust Survival Tale of Sex and Deceit One Jewish woman’s personal story reveals what it took to elude capture in Nazi Germany The identity card Author: Claire Luchette. “In the Holocaust, over six million Jews, and more than 17 million people in total were killed by the Nazis.

In For Such a Time, the hero is redeemed and forgiven for his role in a genocide.