This Week In Jewish History: Jerusalem’s First Taxi, France’s First Female Rabbi, Hitler: ‘Too Mild’

‘This Day in Jewish History’ events from the JTA Archive, week of Aug. 26 – Sept. 1.

Aug. 26, 1927
JERUSALEM’S FIRST TAXI

Aug. 27, 1937

BARON ROTHSCHILD DIES AT 69

Aug. 28, 1924

HITLER, FROM PRISON, SAYS ‘TOO MILD’ AN ANTI-SEMITE

Aug. 29, 1973

REPORT: AIRLINES PAYING MILLIONS IN BLACKMAIL MONEY TO ARAB TERRORISTS

Aug. 30, 1943

NAZIS START MASS ARRESTS OF JEWS IN DENMARK; JEWISH POPULATION IS TRAPPED

Aug. 31, 1993

WARSAW’S JEWISH COMMUNITY HOLDS FIRST BRIS IN 30 YEARS

Sept. 1, 1990

FRANCE’S FIRST FEMALE RABBI

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