The “Kriegs-Hagadah” was published in 1915 in honor of Jews serving Germany in the First World War on the battle fronts, as well as families of military personnel whose sons and / or husbands were away fighting. This Hagadah was regularly used by Jewish Feldrabbiner in the celebration of the Passover for Jewish military men in the battlefield.

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