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Jonas Kaminkowski

Jonas Kaminkowski (b. 1892 in Warsaw, Poland) was a poet and rabbi. Educated in Warsaw's public schools, after emigrating he attended the City College of New York and Columbia University, receiving his M.A. in 1924, and then in 1926 at the Jewish Theological Seminary, his Rabbinical degree (with honors). Rabbi, Cong. Agudath Achim, Taunton. Mass.; former principal, Jewish High School, Sompolno. Poland; former secy., Jewish Writers and Journalists Soc., Warsaw; mem. com. on religious observance, Rabbinical Assembly. Contributed various articles to Shul and Leben: published numerous Yiddish poems in Dos Yiddishe Folk, Dos Folk, Haint, Der Americaner, etc. Mem., Z. O. A. Res.: 34 Winthrop St. Study: 36 Winthrop St., Taunton, Mass.

A Prayer for Peace and Goodwill Among the Nations of the Earth, by Rabbi Jonas Kaminkowski (1927)

Contributed on: 09 Jun 2020 by Aharon N. Varady (editing/transcription) | Jonas Kaminkowski |

A prayer for intra-national peace during the interwar period (after World War I). . . .