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Jüdische Rundschau
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Published from 1895/1902 to 1938, the Berlin-based Jüdische Rundschau served as a journalistic platform for the Zionistische Vereinigung für Deutschland (ZVfD; Zionist Federation of Germany), and after the failure of Theodor Herzl’s Die Welt in 1914, it occasionally performed the same function for the World Zionist Organization. The weekly publication shifted to a twice-weekly output in 1919, as it addressed a broader public to promote the Zionist cause, and especially its practical implementation in Palestine. At the same time the conditions of Jewish life in the Diaspora came under detailed scrutiny. With the onset of the National Socialist regime, the focus was directed increasingly on Jewish life in Germany, and in subsequent y…

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Nagel, Michael, “Jüdische Rundschau”, in: Encyclopedia of Jewish History and Culture Online, Original German Language Edition: Enzyklopädie Jüdischer Geschichte und Kultur. Im Auftrag der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig herausgegeben von Dan Diner. © J.B. Metzler, Stuttgart/Springer-Verlag GmbH Deutschland 2011–2017.. Consulted online on 08 March 2021 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2468-8894_ejhc_COM_0377>
First published online: 2017
First print edition: 20200106



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