Peter C. Appelbaum
Hell On Earth Broken Carousel Georg Steinberg Paul Spiegel Willi Rosenstein with Goering and friend Fritz Beckhardt Struck gas mask Herbert Sulzbach Jewish Census of 1916 Max Waldmann before and after Pilot Jacob Wolf Rabbi Rosenak Rabbi Salomonski Rabbi Tanzer Rabbi Alexander Yom Kippur 1915 Brussels Seder Menu Pessach Soloveitchik



Broken Carousel

The Tragedy of The First World War shaped the twentieth century. War changes lives in ways otherwise unimaginable and creates generational legacies of loss. Giving voice to the traumas and experiences of war is something that is frequently best expressed through the words of poets who can speak with one voice for many soldiers. Their words convey emotions, sentiments, and experiences that are often too dif cult for others to express.
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Hell On Earth

Hell on Earth is the second book written by Avigdor Hameiri about his experiences as a Russian prisoner of war during the second half of World War I. Translator Peter C. Appelbaum first became interested in Hameiri’s story after learning that one quarter of the Austro-Hungarian army was captured and imprisoned, and that the horrific events that took place at this time throughout Russia and central Asia are rarely discussed in scholarly texts.
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Loyal Sons

Loyal Sons, with a historical introduction by Jay Winter and personal reminiscences by Inge Auerbacher and Peter Waldmann, describes, for the first time in English, the experiences of Jews in the German army during the First World War.
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Loyalty Betrayed

Approximately thirty Jewish chaplains served in the German army during the First World War. Documents produced by Jewish chaplains include texts of sermons they delivered, diaries, articles written for Jewish journals, official reports sent to Army Headquarters, memoires written shortly after the war, and photographs.
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Prayer After The Slaughter

Literature, in many different languages, was one of the hallmarks of The Great War. It behooves us to take a closer look at Kurt Tucholsky,one of the most brilliant German writers and satirists of the 20th century, with regard to his writings on the Great War.
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