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Among the most important sources for understanding the German-speaking Jewish experience from the mid-18th to the mid-20th century are the periodicals that were issues from communities as far apart as Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Vienna, and Prague. Surviving now often only in unique copies and broken runs, these publications reflect the gamut of concerns and ideas in politics, religion, philosophy, family life, and folk traditions. Three representative parts of the Leo Baeck Institute's extensive periodicals collection in New York have been reproduced on microfilm.
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