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Max Grunwald

Max Grunwald (born October 10, 1871 in Zabrze, Upper Silesia; died January 24, 1953 in Jerusalem) was a Conservative rabbi in Hamburg and Vienna and author of works on Jewish history and folklore. He was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau in 1892 and in 1895 began serving as the rabbi of the New Dammthor Synagogue in Hamburg. In 1903, after moving to Vienna he began serving the Turnergasse synagogue, and from 1913, the Leopoldstadt Temple. An erudite scholar, he founded the Society for Jewish Folklore and served as its editor of correspondence until 1929.


📖 Beruria: Gebet- und Andachtsbuch für jüdische Frauen und Mädchen, by Rabbi Dr. Max Grunwald (1907)

Contributed on: 22 Dec 2022 by Max Grunwald |

An anthology of prayers (teḥinot) for Jewish women written in vernacular German by Rabbi Dr. Max Grunwald and thirty-one other authors including women. . . .

📖 Gebete in Kriegszeit für isralitische Frauen und Madchen, by Rabbi Dr. Max Grunwald (1914)

Contributed on: 12 Jan 2023 by Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) | Max Grunwald |

A collection of five teḥinot compiled for the use of German-Jewish women gravely concerned for the well-being of their husbands, fathers, and sons serving as military personnel during what became known as World War Ⅰ. . . .

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