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Jan 22, 2020
1 Abraham Ferera, Jerusalem., Israel

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LOT 15:

Collection of student certificates from the "Adat Israel" community in Berlin 1895-1932

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Collection of student certificates from the "Adat Israel" community in Berlin 1895-1932

Large collection of 70 graduation certificates with grades of student in the Jewish school of the Adass Israel community in Berlin [Religionsschule der israelitischen synagogengemeinde Adass Jisroel zu Berlin]. Years: 1895-1932.

Various student certificates with grades in subjects taught at school. Alongside the Holy Studies: Pentateuch, the Bible, Jewish History, grades are found in the secular professions: geography, literature, nature, writing, sewing, poetry, German language, and gymnastics.

Each certificate includes the student's name, the year, the teacher's signatures, and the school principal signatures.

The certificates are in two cardboard boxes from the period.

The Adass Jisroel community is a neo-Orthodox Jewish community that existed in Berlin from 1869 to the present. The first rabbi of the community was Rabbi Dr. Azriel Hildesheimer. Due to the accelerated assimilation of the Jews of Berlin, the community completely withdrew from the Jewish community of Germany and, about 20 years after its establishment, was also officially recognized as a separate religious community, which maintains the Jewish tradition and general studies. During the two world wars, the community developed and another synagogue, First Jewish High School, Teachers College and Community Hospital was established, and it also employed butchers and bakers to provide fancy kosher food to the community's Jews.

Some of the certificates have minor tears at the margins. overall Very good condition.

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