Chanukah in the Ghetto

Oskar Rosenfeld


Saturday, December 25, 1943

“The living faith has vanished. . . . All that remains is poetry!” A superficial observer of life in the ghetto might come to more or less the same conclusion about the way religious festivals are celebrated here. The ardor of prayer seems to have yielded to ritual, to a practice that feigns devotion, traces of which…

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