A taste of home
German-Jewish newspaper advertises German sausage in New York
“Finally, what you have been wishing for: genuine, good, German sausage, made from premium beef and veal at the lowest daily price.”
After the tribulations of their forced emigration, often accompanied by a loss of status, property, and basic faith in humanity, German Jews might not have been expected to feel particularly nostalgic for their former home. This ad from the Aufbau, the New York-based German-Jewish paper published by the German-Jewish Club, shows that nevertheless, Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany were not necessarily in a hurry to give up their eating habits.