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Gedenkblatt an Professor A. Berliner s. A.; Neue Jüdische Monatshefte: Zeitschrift für Politik, Wirtschaft und Literatur in Ost und West. IV. Jahrgang, 25. Okt. / 25. Nov. 1919, Heft 2/4. Sonderheft: Das Jüdische Buch

Grün, Oscar; Alexander Eliasberg; Dr. Adolf Friedemann; Geh. Justizrat Dr. Eugen Fuchs; Prof. Dr. Franz Oppenheimer

Published by Self-published; Verlag der Neuen Jüdischen Monatshefte, Zürich; Berlin, 1919
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Octavo. 14, 92, [7]pp. 3/4 black cloth over green decorative leatherette. Frontispiece portrait of Prof. Abraham Berliner in first volume. Decorative initial. Fascinating book compiling 2 works, in which the first one is an homage to the renown German theologian and historian, Abraham Berliner, who died in 1915. The second work bound in (with its original wraps) is a special issue of the "Neue Jüdische Monatshefte" dedicated to the Jewish Book. Some rubbing along edges of binding. Age-toning along paper margin. Binding and interior in good to good+ condition. About Abraham Berliner: Abraham (Adolf) Berliner (1833-1915) was a German theologian and historian, born in Obersitzko, province of Posen, Prussia. He received his first education under his father, who was teacher in Obersitzko. He continued his education under various rabbis, preparing himself at the same time for the University of Leipzig, where he received the degree of doctor of philosophy. After serving for some time as preacher and teacher in Arnswalde, Berliner was called (1865) to Berlin as superintendent of the religious school maintained by the society for Talmudic studies (Hebrat Shas), and in 1873, when Israel Hildesheimer opened the rabbinical seminary in Berlin, Berliner was elected professor of Jewish history and literature. In this position, as well as in that of author, he has displayed an untiring activity. His edition of Rashi's commentary to the Pentateuch (1866) first made him known as a scholar; he added to his reputation by various historical works, the result of his studies in the archives and libraries of Italy, which country he frequently visited, subventioned by the German government. Berliner edited for two years (1874-75) the scientific periodical "Magazin für Jüdische Geschichte und Literatur", which from 1876 to 1893 he, together with his colleague, David Hoffmann, continued under the title "Magazin für die Wissenschaft des Judenthums". It was due to his zeal that the society Mekize Nirdamim, for the publication of works of the older Jewish literature, which had been discontinued for several years, was revived in 1885 with Berliner as its director. He further acted as the apologist of Judaism in a pamphlet against Lagarde (Prof. Paul de Lagarde, nach Seiner Natur Gezeichnet, 1887), who denounced all Jewish scholars as dilettanti; and when the blood accusation was revived, he republished (1888) the opinion of Cardinal Ganganelli (afterward Pope Clement XIV) to prove the falsity of this charge. While orthodox in his religious views, Berliner was never a fanatic. He not only associated in his scientific work with the liberals, but also paid a high tribute to the merits of M. Steinschneider on the occasion of the latter's seventieth birthday (1886), by compiling a bibliography of that eminent scholar's works. Bookseller Inventory # 27111

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Title: Gedenkblatt an Professor A. Berliner s. A.; ...

Publisher: Self-published; Verlag der Neuen Jüdischen Monatshefte, Zürich; Berlin

Publication Date: 1919

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First edition.

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