Occasional Papers

Prices are in U.S. dollars per volume/issue and do not include shipping and handling. All occasional papers are $12 unless stated otherwise. Prices are subject to change without notice.

The  complete full text version of the Leo Baeck Institute Occasional Papers is also available online from Internet Archives.

Listed in reverse chronological order:

Frei, Norbert: The German Foreign Office and the Nazi past: Report of the Independent Historians’ Commission /a talk by Dr. Norbert Frei; introductory remarks by Joschka Fischer. New York, Berlin : Leo Baeck Institute, 2011. 19 p. 23 cm. (LBI Occasional Paper [ Leo Baeck Institute. Occasional paper]; no. 6).

Fischer, Joschka: Leo Baeck Institute tenth annual dinner : Fritz Stern awarded the Leo Baeck Medal / by German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer ; remarks by W. Michael Blumenthal, Richard C. Holbrooke. New York : [Leo Baeck Institute], 2004.. 23 p. : ports. ; 23 x 15 cm. (LBI Occasional paper [Leo Baeck Institute. Occasional paper] ; no. 5)

Rosensaft, Menachem Z.: A measure of justice : the early history of German-Jewish reparations / Menachem Z. Rosensaft and Joana D. Rosensaft. New York : Leo Baeck Institute, 2003.. 27 p. ; 23 cm. (LBI occasional paper [Leo Baeck Institute. Occasional paper] ; no. 4)

Gehring-Muenzel, Ursula, 1957-: The emigration of German Jews to America in the 19th century / Ursula Gehring-Muenzel. New York : Leo Baeck Institute, 2000.. 20 p. ; 23 cm. (LBI occasional paper [Leo Baeck Institute occasional paper] ; no. 3)

FDR and the Holocaust : did the President do all he could to save European Jewry / symposium sponsored by the Leo Baeck Institute held in May 1997 at the Harvard Club, NYC ; speakers : Henry Feingold…[et al.] New York, NY : Leo Baeck Institute, 1997.. 57 p. ; 23 cm. (Leo Baeck Institute. Occasional paper no. 2)

Bradley, Ernestine (Schlant), 1935-: The language of silence : West German literature and the holocaust / Ernestine Schlant Bradley. New York, NY : Leo Baeck Institute, [1997]. 15 p. ; 23 cm. (Leo Baeck Institute. Occasional Paper ; no. 1)