Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 96 (1932)

  • Article by A. Sh. celebrating 20 years of Dr. Shlomo Birnbaum’s work in Yiddish language and culture
  • A short play for the upcoming holiday by Sarah Schenirer titled “A Gift for Hanukkah” (in two parts, the second published in issue 97)
  • Benjamin Mintz dedicates an article to the memory of Rabbi Israel Friedman, the Rizhiner Rebbe, recalling an anecdote that occurred two months before he passed away
  • Two poems by Eliezer Schindler (“Blood” and “Sabbath Candles”) and “Autumn” by B. Y. Berliner; a story by Elimelech Shteyer 
  • A story by Karl-Gustav Kindermann titled “Two Years in the Death Prisons of Moscow”, translated into Yiddish by Eliezer Schindler (continued in issues 96-103)
  • Shmuel Ostersetzer’s essay on the Torah portion, discussing the blessing Jacob receives from Isaac (continued in issues 96-97)
  • Two essays discussing education and language: Gershon Gura’s essay titled “The Well of Yiddish” on the importance of keeping the Yiddish language and the tradition alive; and Yehuda Leib Orlean’s essay “Yiddish Language for Jewish Children” about the new textbook “Yiddish Language” by the Bais Yaakov press
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