KASTEIN, JOSEF (pen name of Julius Katzenstein, –), German writer and biographer. Kastein was born in Bremen to an assimilated family. He was an . History and destiny of the Jews by Josef Kastein(Book) 70 editions published between and in 6 languages and held by WorldCat member. History and destiny of the Jews / by Josef Kastein ; translated from the German by Huntley Paterson. Publication | Library Call Number: DSK27
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During preparation of the EAD finding aid the collection was reorganized to gather folders with similar material together to create series and to provide miscellaneous folders with more precise titles. After completing his studies he worked as a lawyer in his hometown, Bremen. It was also at this time that kastsin met his second wife Shulamith Kastein, born as Margarethe Vogl.
For comments or suggestions: Other materials include the correspondence of Shulamith Kastein with publishers and individuals researching her husband’s life and articles and clippings about him. Playscript by Alfred Josec — Gottesdienst in Katakomben.
He also often requests information from her such as biographical details and her reminiscences of Josef Kastein’s opinions on certain subjects. It also includes the text of a lecture at WIZO in Tel Aviv that discusses the settlement of Palestine, but which was originally located with the biographical sketches found in the remainder of the folder.
Not Enabled Word Wise: In his eldest son was born; a second would follow in Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Series II includes both fiction and non-fiction pieces. The bibliography records approximately 1, entries, of which more than are linked to their full texts. Description was jisef added to the finding aid at this time.
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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Views Read Edit View history. Fictional works by Josef Kastein include those of the first three folders of the series.
Some photographs have been removed to the Photograph Collection; a list of these is present in the abovementioned folder.
The first folder of biographical sketches include an excerpt of a radio interview and a copy of Josef Kastein’s one-page autobiography. Download our mobile ojsef for on-the-go access to the Jewish Virtual Library.
Michael and the Bookin both an English and an untitled German version of the same tale, is a children’s story that concerns a boy who has no interest in reading until he goes on his own adventure.
Kastein, Josef [WorldCat Identities]
BLBI6623—51; idem, in: In he left Germany and settled in Switzerland, where he worked as a writer. These years in Palestine proved to be his most prolific, and he produced a number of works during this time. In Kastein gave up his legal career, left Bremen, and settled in Switzerland, first in Ascona and then later in Moscia, where he was a neighbor of the popular biographer Emil Ludwig.
The letters additionally mention the manuscripts he sent to Shulamith and his instructions to her in regards to finding publishers for his works in New York.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Kastein’s writings are also frequently mentioned in his letters to Shulamith Kastein, in Series Iwhere he discusses his progress on various pieces as well as giving his opinion on themes mentioned in the works.
Most of the material in this series are articles on him. In he resettled Palestine, first in Tel Aviv and then later in Haifa, where he would remain for the rest of his life.
Kastein, Josef (1890-1946)
Another prominent topic in this collection is the biographical information on Josef Kastein, which may be found in jisef every series of the collection. Roman by Josef Kastein Book 6 editions published between and in German and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries ojsef. Product details File Size: In addition to his legal work Julius Katzenstein also began to write under the name Josef Kastein. For more guidance, see Wikipedia: East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.
Top 50 American Jews. The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection. Das Schicksal des Stefan Zweig.