Jerusalem Post: German Talmud translation from 1935 goes online

Jerusalem Post: German Talmud translation from 1935 goes online. “Scholars of Judaism in Germany have sought to make Jewish texts available in German for decades, but the Talmud translation project gained steam after [Igor] Itkin and his colleagues, German and Austrian scholars, took on the project after he realized that [Lazarus] Goldschmidt’s work would enter the public domain at the beginning of this year.”

DRGNews: Four more state historic newspapers available online

DRGNews: Four more state historic newspapers available online. “In 2016 the South Dakota State Historical Society-Archives received a two-year $240,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize historical newspapers. The project is part of Chronicling America, a Library of Congress initiative to develop an online database of select historical newspapers from around the United States. Several Sioux Falls German titles have recently been added to Chronicling America: The Sud (Soot) Dakota Nachrichten (Knock-rick-ten), 1896-1900; the Sud-Dakota Nachrichten und Herold, 1900-1901; the Nachrichten-Herold, 1901-1907; and the Deutscher (Doit-shur) Herold, 1907-1913. Further issues of these titles will be added to the website in later batches, as well as other titles from around the state.”

USC Shoah Foundation: Nearly 1,000 English Transcripts Added to Visual History Archive

USC Shoah Foundation: Nearly 1,000 English Transcripts Added to Visual History Archive. “USC Shoah Foundation integrated the first 984 English-language transcripts into the Visual History Archive over the weekend – the first such update since ProQuest began working on transcribing testimonies as part of its partnership with USC Shoah Foundation last year. The English-language transcripts join 898 German-language transcripts produced by Freie Universität in Berlin that are already available in the VHA.”

Gigablast Now Has a German Version

Why didn’t I see this before? Open-source search engine Gigablast now has a German version of its site. ” It indexes the top 500 million German-centric web pages and is running on a single Gigablast Web Search Appliance. It is also available to be queried through the XML or JSON search feed product.”