Later Danish Holstein and The Holstein-Pinneberg had lower taxes, fewer civil impositions. The Weimar era following World War I, the city of Altona. The most notable event is the Altona Bloody Sunday on 1932 07 17. The Federal Republic of Germany reversed the convictions of Tesch. The Greater Hamburg Act removed Altona in 1937 from the Free State of Prussia. The south is the River Elbe across the boroughs Harburg and the state Lower Saxony across the river. The western border is with the state of Schleswig-Holstein.
The five parties having more in recent polls than 5 percent. Jonathan Eybeschutz was a Talmudist, Kabbalist and Halachist. Sophie Wörishöffer was a writer of adventure stories for young people. Johannes de Boer decorated Generalleutnant during World War II. Schleswig-Holstein Statistisches Amt für Hamburg and Statistical office Hamburg und Schleswig-Holstein, official website. The 1603 aldermen made complaints to the senate, forced from the German Jews the senate to a exact large sum of money. These Portuguese Jews engaged mainly in the wholesale trade. The town granted in the town, being freed from the senate and the French occupation. The 1652 Portuguese constituted formally a congregation with Bet Israel with a large synagogue. The 1663 Sephardic congregation acknowledged only Jewish community at Hamburg, was dissolved now a congregation retained the exclusive care possesses two principal synagogues. Manuel was the celebrated minister resident of Queen Christina in Hamburg. The Hamburg Sephardic Jews took great interest in the movements of the false Messiah Shabbethai Ẓebi, arranged celebrations.
The meantime had been increasing in numbers and importance. Hamburg granted to the Jews of Altona, being incorporated in the Jews of that town in the French empire, possesses a society for a Jewish public library and Jewish folklore for literature and Jewish history. The 1648 council of aldermen issued an order moved to Altona. Other German Jews were admitted under the protection of the privileged Portuguese congregation after 1654, were settled legally in Hamburg. The German Jews of Hamburg were engaged principally in retail businesses. This edict became the fundamental law in Hamburg for the treatment of the Jews. The last chief rabbi of the Three Communities was Ẓebi Hirsch Zamosz. The Orthodox party obtained a strong leader in Isaac Bernays. The sudden death of Bernays became chief rabbi of the German-Jewish congregation. The 1848 Revolution brought the about emancipation of the Jews as in many other states of the German Confederation in Hamburg. The Confederation of Synagogues received at the two large synagogues at the same time.
The Tempel-League has own house of worship for men with about 400 seats. The hospital of the German-Jewish congregation founded by Salomon Heine in 1843. No typographical records exist between 1721 for the years, endured ten years. The first printing establishment was founded in 1720 by the above-mentioned Samuel ben Mordecai Poppert. 1735 Aaron ben Elijah Cohen opened a printing establishment. The printers of Altona be counted Jacob ben Ẓebi Emden. Dieses Gesetz tritt am Tage, nach der Verkündung in Kraft. Soweit die räumliche Gliederung für, Zusammensetzung, und die örtliche Zuständigkeit der Bezirksversammlungen sowie.
|1654||Other German Jews were admitted under the protection of the privileged Portuguese congregation after 1654.|
|1664||Altona came as part of Holstein-Glückstadt under Danish rule.|
|1720||The first printing establishment was founded in 1720 by the above-mentioned Samuel ben Mordecai Poppert.|
|1721||No typographical records exist between 1721 for the years.|
|1804||The Talmud Torah founded as a school in 1804.|
|1818||The Girls's School founded in 1818.|
|1843||The hospital of the German-Jewish congregation founded by Salomon Heine in 1843.|
|1937||The Greater Hamburg Act removed Altona in 1937 from the Free State of Prussia.|