Baeck

Baeck

(German bɛk)
n
(Biography) Leo. 1873–1956, German Jewish theologian: a leader of the German Jews during the Nazi period; major work The Essence of Judaism (1905)
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I am thinking of Franz Rosenzweig and his friend Martin Buber, of Leo Baeck, Leo Strauss, and Hans Jonas.
Flames from a wildfire work their way down a slope behind Leo Baeck Temple in Sepulveda Pass in the Bel Air district of Los Angeles Wednesday, Dec.
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Rabbi Leo Baeck served as president of the German District B'nai B'rith from 1925 to 1937, when the Nazis disbanded the organization.
Otto Lange, "Suche nach der Bohnenstange," Leo Baeck Institute Archive, New York, MS 55 MSF 4, 188.
These findings are not unique to Australia with rural disadvantage and lower educational attainment, lower high school completion rates, and lower rates of transitioning on to further education after high school noted by Brown and Schafft (2011) for the United States and Baeck and Paulsgaard (2012) in Scandinavia.
2015), WARDROP, ROSENBERG, ZHANG, ZIEGLER, SQUIRE, BURTON & GARVEY (2016) and ZHANG, BAECK, ZIEGLER, BONE & GARVEY (2016)).
Saunders and Baeck (2015) in their work exclude an affect of cultural characteristics and changes of them as the influencing factor.
Letters include correspondence with Rabbi Leo Baeck, and philosophers Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, as well as officials of the Hesse State government, Justice and Interior Ministries of West Germany, the various Jewish regional councils, Office of the Adviser on Jewish Affairs to the Allied Forces, the Jewish Agency, and others.
Drawn partly from the Robert Liberles International Summer Research Workshop of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem, held in July 2013, the 16 essays in this volume analyze the German-Jewish experience.