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The collection also includes a variety of documents and publications by or about the This collection is open to researchers.
Readers may access the collection by visiting the Lillian Goldman Reading Room at the Center for Jewish History.
Excerpt: The Abendzeitung ("Evening Paper" ), sometimes abbreviated to AZ, is a liberal morning tabloid newspaper from Munich, Germany . The paper is published six days a week; the masthead of the Saturday edition is held in light blue.
Rivals on the Munich tabloid market are tz and a localized edition of the national mass circulation phenomenon Bild-Zeitung . Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge.
The collection includes the correspondence files of banker Georg Hirschland concerning the formation of the .
In addition to extensive incoming and outgoing correspondence, these folders also include minutes, drafts, clippings, and other documents such as notes-to-file.
Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge.
Return to the Top of Page"Documents on Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland, Berlin (1933-1943)" (MF 456) is a microfilm reel that holds 1200 documents from the Bundesarchiv in Potsdam, Germany.This collection contains clippings of articles by Hans Martin Schwarz (1917, Hamburg – 2006, New York, better known as Martin Ebon), published between 19 in German-Jewish newspapers on a wide variety of subjects such as sports, emigration, the political situation in Germany, and religious attitudes of the young.It also contains reviews of his books "Einer wie Du und Ich" and "Heiteres, Besinnliches, Nachdenkliches."Hans Martin Schwarz (1917, Hamburg – 2006, New York, better known as Martin Ebon), was a journalist and author.The clippings folders (2/2 and 2/3) were formerly AR 362.The collection appears to be have been intentionally assembled by the LBI over the years, from various sources and donations.