3 volumes (197 leaves) ; 27 cm +.
A study of Josef Suess Oppenheimer, the court Jew and finance minister of Prince Karl Alexander of Wuertemberg, in the 18th century. Oppenheimer's career has been the subject of a number of antisemitic works, including a propaganda film sponsored by Goebbels. Selma Stern's classic 1929 work, The Court Jew, includes a chapter on Oppenheimer. The newspaper clippings and notes include information about the treatment of the court Jew in other works, including Stern's study, and Lion Feuchtwanger's historical novel, Jud Suess.
Lewin no. 384.