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Juedische Rundschau (Jewish Circular)
The journal of the Zionist movement in Germany, established in 1896
Much of its reportage and features dealt with the situation in Palestine and the world Zionist movement. After 1933, however, it showed much greater involvement in the condition of the Jews in Germany. Starting in 1933, as the Zionist message became more compelling, the journal's distribution rose swiftly and peaked at nearly 40,000 - almost as high as that of the C.V Zeitung . The Juedische Rundschau, with other Jewish Newspapers, was shut down in late 1938 by order of the Nazis.
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