2 edition of inventory to the French Jewish Communities Record Group (1648-1946) found in the catalog.
inventory to the French Jewish Communities Record Group (1648-1946)
Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
|Statement||Roger S. Kohn.|
|Contributions||Kohn, Roger S. 1953-, Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Library.|
|LC Classifications||Z6373.F7 J48 1991, DS135.F83 J48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||91197671|
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Get this from a library. An inventory to the French Jewish Communities Record Group (). [Roger S Kohn; Jewish Theological Seminary of America.; Jewish Theological Seminary of. There is an inventory in English.
Record Group Records of organizations that aided French-Jewish children during WWII and its aftermath, such as Kehillat HaHaredim, known in French as the Association des Israelites Pratiquants (Record Group ), and Rue Amelot (Record Group ).
Includes letters. In the late eighteenth century, some forty thousand Jews lived in scattered communities on the peripheries of the French state, not considered French by others or by themselves.
Two hundred years later, inFrance celebrated the anniversary of the Revolution with the largest, most vital Jewish population in western and central by: This collection is described in a 16page inventory in English. It includes census records from various towns; the personal papers of individuals (genealogies, marriage contracts, correspondence); documents relating to the religious life of the communities (synagogue construction and management, rabbinic correspondence); and an inventory of the archives of the Consistoire Israelite de Bas Rhin, The American Jewish Year Book, now in its th year, is the annual record of the North American Jewish communities and provides insight into their major first two chapters of Part I include a special forum on "Contemporary American Jewry: Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?" with assessments from more than 20 experts in the field.
In the meantime, 90, of the original population of , were killed by the Nazis. Many thousands others were repatriated to their Eastern European homelands. Immigration and intermarriage topped off the list, leading to situation where, today, Sephardic Jews now comprise 60% of the French Jewish community.
There have been two major waves of Jewish immigration, from the ies to World War II, Eastern Europeans, and from toNorth Africans. The present Jewish population in France, estimated aspersons, includes a majority of people originating in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.
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First, there was the killing of Ilan Halimi, in [a young Parisian Jewish man who was abducted by a group called the Gang of Barbarians, tortured for three weeks, and left to die, handcuffed. Hebrew University demographer Sergio DellaPergola estimated the French Jewish community to number between-as of More than half of the Jewish community in France live in Paris and its suburbs, but there are other substantial Jewish communities in Marseilles, Lyons, Toulouse, Nice, Strasbourg, Grenoble, Metz, and Nancy.
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30 SEPTEMBER Michael Jolles. FORMATION OF INVENTORY. This Inventory updates, slightly amends, slightly amplifies and completely supersedes the Progress Report dated 31 July The American Jewish Year Book, now in its th year, is the annual record of the North American Jewish communities and provides insight into their major first two chapters of Part I include a special forum on "Contemporary American Jewry: Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?" with assessments from more than 20 experts in the : Arnold Dashefsky.
French régime to the present time Author:Arthur Daniel Hart Publisher:Toronto, Montréal: Jewish publications, Record location in our database: The Jew in Canada, T hi s book d e t a i l s t he H i s t or y of t he e a r l i e s t Ca n a d i a n J e w s, a n d t he s t or y of e v e r y Sy n a g og u e.Jewish records, including synagogue records, contain information specifically about Jews.
These include vital records (births, marriages, divorces, and deaths) prepared by or for Jewish communities, registers of name changes, account books of congregations, circumcision records, and burial records.Growth of Jewish Communities in France and Germany. Even during the Gaonic era, new Jewish communities were arising and achieving the Eighth Century, Emperor Charlemagne asked the Caliph of Babylonia to send him a Torah scholar to strengthen European Jewish spiritual life.
Acquiescing to this request, the Caliph sent Rabbi Machir to Narbonne, France.