tagged: Hungarian Jewry

 

Leányka reggeli imája | Morning prayer for young girls, by Rabbi Ferenc Hevesi (1930)

A morning prayer for young girls composed in Magyar and published in 1930, with English translation. . . .

Rachel: Imák Zsidó Nők Számára, by Gyula Fischer with József Patai (1908)

A prayerbook for women in Hebrew and Magyar. . . .

Noémi, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1906)

A collection of prayers for Jewish girls by the chief rabbi of Buda. . . .

Mirjam, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1904)

A collection of prayers in Magyar for Jewish women by the chief rabbi of Buda. . . .

Az uralkodóház és a hazáért | [Prayer] For the Royal Family and the [Hungarian] Homeland, by Rabbi Gyula Fischer (1908)

Modeled after the prayer Hanoten T’shuah, this patriotic paraliturgical prayer for the Kingdom of Hungary by Rabbi Gyula Fischer was published in the prayerbook for Jewish women, Rachel: imák zsidó nők számára (1908). . . .


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