7. European Jewry: 1800-1933)'

Author: 
Rozenblit, Marsha L.
Publication title: 
7. European Jewry: 1800-1933)'
Source published in: 
The Cambridge Guide to Jewish History, Religion and Culture
Publisher: 
Cambridge University Press
Publishing place: 
New-York
Date: 
2010
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

About Austrian Jews, and in particular Galicians, mostly in pp 179—184, 199—200.

Der "Schmutz der Juden" und die "Unsittlichkeit der Weiber": Ein Vergleich der Repräsentationen von Armut in Stadt- und Reisebesch

Author: 
Hüchtker, Dietlind
Publication title: 
Der "Schmutz der Juden" und die "Unsittlichkeit der Weiber": Ein Vergleich der Repräsentationen von Armut in Stadt- und Reisebeschreibungen von Galizien und Berlin (Ende des 18./Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts)
Source published in: 
Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung, 51, 3 (2002), 351-369.
Publishing place: 
Marburg
Date: 
2002
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

[The "Dirt of the Jews" and the "immorality of the women": a comparison of the representations of poverty in the city - and jorney depictions from Galicia and Berlin (end of the 18th century - midde 19th century).]

The Jews of Eastern Europe, 1772-1881 (Jewish Culture and Contexts)

Author: 
Bartal, Israel
Publication title: 
The Jews of Eastern Europe, 1772-1881 (Jewish Culture and Contexts)
Publisher: 
University of Pennsylvania Press
Publishing place: 
Philadelphia
Date: 
2005
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

The next chapters are devoted to Galician Jewery:
70-81 – 'Chapter 6: Austria and the Jews of Galicia, 1772-1848'
124-133 – 'Chapter 11: The Conservative Alliance: Galicia under Emperor Franz Josef'.
And including references as well (according to index) to the following places: Galicia, Bełz, Brody, Drohobycz, Kraków, Lwów and Tarnopol, and on the following persons: Meir Balaban, Abraham Jacob Brawer, Solomon Buber, Dov Ber Birkenthal, Isaac Erter, Karl Emil Franzos, Naphtali Herz Homberg, Mendel Lefin, Dov Ber Meisels, Joseph Perl, Shimon Sofer, Bezalel Stern, Jehiel Michael of Zloczow.
In an earlier version - see Hebrew note.

מ'אומה' ל'לאום': יהודי מזרח אירופה 1772—1881 (ספריית האוניברסיטה המשודרת)

Author: 
ברטל, ישראל
Publication title: 
מ'אומה' ל'לאום': יהודי מזרח אירופה 1772—1881 (ספריית האוניברסיטה המשודרת)
Publisher: 
משרד הבטחון
Publishing place: 
[תל-אביב]
Date: 
2002
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

The next chapters are devoted to Galician Jewery:
85-101 – 'Chapter 6: Austria and the Jews of Galicia (1772-1848)'
159-171 – 'Chapter 11: The Conservative Alliance: Galicia under Franz Josef'.
And including references as well (according to index) to the following places: Galicia, Drohobycz, Lwów and Kraków, and on the following persons:Isaac Erter, Abraham Jacob Brawer, Dov Ber Birkenthal, Naphtali Herz Homberg, Jehiel Michael of Zloczow, Mendel Lefin, Dov Ber Meisels, Shimon Sofer, Joseph Perl, and Bezalel Stern.
Appeared in en extended english version, Philadelphia 2005.

History of the Jews in Modern Times

Author: 
Gartner, Lloyd P.
Publication title: 
History of the Jews in Modern Times
Publisher: 
Oxford University Press
Publishing place: 
Oxford
Date: 
2001
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

According to themes index, and names index, the following cities: Kraków and Lwów, and the following persons: Meir Balaban, Salo Wittmayer Baron, Joseph Samuel Bloch, Matrin Buber, Isaac Erter, Hayyim Halberstam, Solomon Kluger, Nachman Krochmal, Yechezkel Landau, Raphael Mahler, Joseph Saul Nathanson, Mordechai Oren, Joseh Perl, Solomon Judah Rapoport, Leon Reich, Emanuel Ringelblum, and Moses Schorr.

Das Österreichische Jüdische Museum

Author: 
Schubert, Kurt et al (Mitarbeiter)
Publication title: 
Das Österreichische Jüdische Museum
Publisher: 
Österreichisches Jüdisches Museum
Publishing place: 
Eisenstadt
Date: 
1988
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

[The Austrian Jewish Museum]
About Austrian Jewry from the period of Joseph II and till the end of World War I, in between - about Galician Jewry - 22-38.

A History of Habsburg Jews, 1670-1918

Author: 
McCagg, William O.
Publication title: 
A History of Habsburg Jews, 1670-1918
Publisher: 
Indiana University Press
Publishing place: 
Bloomington and Indianapo
Date: 
1989
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

Including many references to Galician Jewry, according to index, and in particular in the following chapters: 3 (27—43), 7 (105—122), 11 (181—200) and 12 (201—222).

Le Shtetl: La Bbourgade Juive de Pologne: De la Tradition à la Modernité

Author: 
Ertel, Rachel
Publication title: 
Le Shtetl: La Bbourgade Juive de Pologne: De la Tradition à la Modernité
Publisher: 
Payot
Publishing place: 
Paris
Date: 
1982
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

Mainly a chapter on Galicia during the partition period, 57-62, and chapters on Nowy Sancz, 110-113, 120-122.

Community: 

המדיניות כלפי המעוטים הדתיים בממלכת האבסבורג בימי יוסף II (1765—1790), על רקע הדואליזם הגרמני, עבודת דוקטור

Author: 
קרניאל, יוסף
Publication title: 
המדיניות כלפי המעוטים הדתיים בממלכת האבסבורג בימי יוסף II (1765—1790), על רקע הדואליזם הגרמני, עבודת דוקטור
Publisher: 
אוניברסיטת תל-אביב
Publishing place: 
תל-אביב
Date: 
1980
Publication Language: 
Remarks: 

Including abundance of references to Jews in Galicia and Bucovina, especially in the following segments:
269-282 - 'the problems of Galician Jewry and suggestions for solution'
293-297 - 'the interference in the Jewish autonomy during the dual-regime period': and specifically in: '2. Galicia' (293-296).
433-435 - 'the struggle of Bucovina Jewry'
435-449 - 'Galician Jewry since the rise of Joseph the 2nd until the decree of the tolerance order'
531-534 - 'the consequences of the tolerance policy on Galician Jewry' 534 - 'consequences of the tolerance policy on Bocuvina Jewry'

A History of the Habsburg Empire, 1526-1918

Author: 
Kann, Robert A.
Publication title: 
A History of the Habsburg Empire, 1526-1918
Publisher: 
University of California Press
Publishing place: 
Berkeley
Date: 
1974
Publication Language: 
Subjects: 
Remarks: 

References to Jews, according to the key value 'Jews'; in p.442 - on the thrive of Jewish Nationalism in Galicia and Bucovina.