Frankfurt: Moses Jachiel Kirchheim'sche Stiftung, 1992. Paperback. Item #33552
Large 8vo, 981 pages. Includes 47 illustrations, a 20-page bibliography, and a 45-page index. Important history of the Jewish Community of Frankfurt during the French Revolution. Written by Paul Arnsberg (1899-1978) a German-Jewish native of Frankfurt, writer, historian, and board member of the Zionist Federation of Germany during the Weimar era; he served as a member of the municipal council of the Jewish community of Frankfurt until 1933. A statue was recently dedicated in Frankfurt to dedicate his life and the history of Jewish Frankfurt, on the Paul Arnsberg Platz. Light soiling to wraps, otherwise fresh. Very Good Condition. (GER-42-5).