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1812

Overview page. Subjects: Music.

Concert overture, op. 49 (1880), by Tchaikovsky; written for the Moscow Exhibition, it commemorates Napoleon's retreat from Moscow in 1812 and incorporates La Marseillaise and the Tsarist...

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Introduction Jews as German Citizens: The Prussian Emancipation Edict of 1812 and Beyond

Andreas Brämer and Gideon Reuveni.

in The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book

January 2014; p ublished online July 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Modern History (1700 to 1945); Contemporary History (Post 1945); European History; The Holocaust; Judaism and Jewish Studies. 1391 words.

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A Gracious Act or Merely a Regulation of Economic Activity? A Daily Life Perspective on the Reception of the Prussian Emancipation Edict of 1812

Michał Szulc.

in The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book

January 2014; p ublished online May 2014 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Modern History (1700 to 1945); Contemporary History (Post 1945); European History; The Holocaust; Judaism and Jewish Studies. 7744 words.

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Avraham Ben Yeḥi’el Mikhal Danzig

Overview page. Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies.

(1748–1820), rabbi, scholar, and legal interpreter. Named for the city of his birth, Danzig served as dayyan (judge) in Vilna from 1794 to 1812. He is best known for his ...

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Attempt to Renew Rabbinic Ordination in Safed

Arie Morgenstern.

in Hastening Redemption

July 2006; p ublished online May 2006 .

Chapter. Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies. 8401 words.

A variety of practical obstacles prevented the Vilna Ga’on’s disciples from settling in Jerusalem as soon as they arrived in the Land of Israel in 1808-1812. Instead, they settled in the...

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Bratslav/Breslev Hasidism

Ariel Evan Mayse.

in Jewish Studies

P ublished online October 2013 .

Article. Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies. 12080 words.

The theology and history of Bratslav Hasidism are inextricably bound up with the life of its founder, Nahman ben Simhah (b. 1772–d. 1810). He was the great-grandson of Israel Ba’al Shem...

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