'The Nazi's Jewish Daughter' is a play, written by Morris Katz and printed in London at the Narodiczky Press in 1947. My copy is in pristine condition. There is a copy in the collection of the Imperial War Museum, catalogue number LBY 82 / 1654. Pinkhes Moyshe Kats (Morris Katz) was born in Lodz in … Continue reading Dem Natzis Yidishe Tochter (The Nazi’s Jewish Daughter), A Play, Morris Katz, London 1947.
I have a number of issues of der Fonograf, which describes itself as a Yiddish Weekly Family Paper for Science, Literature and Humor. Published every Friday by the Jewish Press Ltd. at 40 Osborn Street, London. My copies are from 1909, and it seems to have been published from about 1908 at least until 1914. This … Continue reading Der Fonograf – A Yiddish Weekly Family Paper – Science, Literature and Humour, London 1909
Yaakov Meir Zalkind, or Dr. Yankev-Meyer Zalkind was an orthodox Rabbi, an anarchist friend of Rudolf Rocker and a pacifist. He was born in Kobrin in 1875 and his family descended from generations of famous rabbis, including the Chochom Tzvi, Maharshal and Tosephes Yom Tov. He was educated at the Volozhin yeshiva, and then followed … Continue reading Talmud Babli in Yiddish – Tractate Berakhos – Yaakov Meir Zalkind, London 1922
Rabbi Isaiah Brott was a Shochet in London for many years until his death on January 2nd, 1945. he was the son of Shmuel Brott, who was an important leader of the community in Lowicz, Poland. Rabbi Brott lived at 82 Colveston Crescent Dalston. His book, Tal Hashomayim, printed by the Narodiczky press in Whitechapel, … Continue reading Sefer Tal Hashomayim by Rabbi Isaiah Brott, London 1922