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  • Non-jew Hails Jews’ Share in Berlin’s Rise

    The existence of German Jews in Berlin for hundreds of years has had a large share in making it the world city and trade centre that it is today, says the Central Verein Zeitung, alluding to the newly published work, “Berlin: City of Destiny”, by Karl Scheffler (who is not a Jew). Herr Scheffler calls… More ▸

  • Editorials

    Hitlerism, with its vicious persecution of Jews, is not alone a challenge to the decency, the justice and the common-sense of Europe and the world; it is no less a warning, a danger signal, of the potentialities of trouble inherent in a government which attains power on a program of hate and holds it through… More ▸

  • Golden-voiced Josef Rosenblatt Moved Jews by Simple Dignity

    Had Josef Rosenblatt merely been the greatest Jewish cantor, the news of his death in Palestine early this week could not have aroused the profound feeling that it did. He had qualities which endeared him to hundreds of thousands of Jews all over the world, qualities that included not only his golden voice, but his… More ▸

  • Jewish Agency Raid by British Fascists Foiled by Bobbies

    An attempted raid on the London headquarters of the Jewish Agency for Palestine early this morning by a large gang of British Fascists was foiled by prompt action of the London police who learned of the plans for the raid in advance. The offices of the Jewish Agency and the Zionist Organization at 77 Great… More ▸

  • Costa Rica Jews Face Anti-semitic Attack

    Jews in the Central American republic of Costa Rica, numbering about three hundred souls, have been made the targets of strong anti-Semitic propaganda inspired by the German colony there. Most of the Jews in Costa Rica earn their livelihoods by peddling. They are nearly all from Poland and in the course of several years have… More ▸

  • Murder Suspect Goes to Central Prison

    ist labor and Revisionist groups, as a result of the murder of Dr. Chaim Arlosoroff in Tel Aviv last week, have resulted in several misunderstandings at Tel Aviv, Petach-Tikvah and Bnay-Brak, between the groups. The Revisionists complain that the Laborites are interfering with the Revisionists and preventing them from going on with their work. They… More ▸

  • Letters to the Editor

    To the Editor of the Jewish Daily Bulletin, Our attention is called to a news article published in your issue of June 18, 1933, namely “Man who gave world press alarm”, where Hitler is called “dull Slovak”. We Slovaks must protest against this making Hitler one of our nationals, because Hitler never confessed or acknowledged… More ▸

  • The Human Touch

    Have reached the age when names familiar to me appear with disturbing frequency in the obi#uary columns. One day it is a #anaging editor with whom I used to brush elbows while walking along a narrow passageway between two rows of desks; another day it is a famous poet who used to read his poems… More ▸

  • Nazis Spurn Memorial Subsidy of Otto Kahn

    The closing down of the Bernhard Kahn Reading Room was resolved upon here by the authorities today when they transformed the Mannheim people’s academy into a German school. The Reading Room was established in 1927 by Otto Kahn, New York banker, who maintained it in memory of his father. Otto Kahn was born in this… More ▸