Jüdische Pflege- geschichte

Jewish Nursing History

Biographien und Institutionen in Frankfurt am Main

Nursing

Hospitals in the Frankfurt Jewish Ghetto

Middle Ages, early modernity The Establishment of the Ghettos In Frankfurt on Main Jewish residents were mentioned in official documents as early as 1074 (Mayer 1966, page 9). The Pogroms ...
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Jewish Hospitals in Frankfurt am Main (1829 – 1942)

For the care of the patients, for the edification of the parish, for the good of the city of our fathers” The opening of Frankfurt´s Jewish Ghetto (1462 – 1796) ...
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Gumpertz´ Infirmary (1888 – 1941) – Jewish Care for the “Poorest of the Poor” in Franfurt´s East End

Gumpertz´ Infirmary (1888 – 1941) – Jewish Care for the “Poorest of the Poor” in Franfurt´s East End

Introduction In the middle ages an infirmary mainly acted as a disease hospital (e.g. for lepers), where the “inmates” were separated from the healthy population and “kept” like prisoners, sometimes ...
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