|Translated title||“My Father was a Portuguese Jew …” The Sephardic Immigration to Northern Germany ca. 1600 and its Impact on Our Culture|
Sabine Kruse, Bernt Engelmann.
Rendsburg, Germany, 1992. 223 pp., illustrations: 11 col., 69 b&w, 21 × 14.7 cm. German.
Jüdisches Museum Rendsburg (13 December 1992–31 January 1993)
Sephardic Jews’ influence on the spiritual and economic life of Northern Germany, especially in Schleswig-Holstein. Book produced to accompany the exhibition includes several historical essays (most by Sabine Kruse), and more than 20 brief biographies of notable Sephardic Jews, including Baruch Spinoza, Uriel da Costa, Joseph Salomo Delmedigo, Heinrich Heine etc. No itemized listing.