SIG Publication Series
The SIG is the editor and issuer of a series of publications on the history and culture of Jews in Switzerland. 19 volumes have been issued since 1992, together with a commemorative edition to mark the 100th anniversary of the SIG.
The SIG has been issuing a series of publications entitled «Beiträge zur Geschichte und Kultur der Juden in der Schweiz» (contributions on the history and culture of Jews in Switzerland) since 1992. The aim is to enhance knowledge and understanding of Jewish life in Switzerland. Topics covered include, for example, the history of Jewish communities in this country, the architecture of synagogues and the situation of Swiss Jews during the Second World War. The richly illustrated volumes trace historical developments and provide insights into the history, culture and living traditions of the various Jewish communities in Switzerland.
Obtaining individual volumes of the publication series
Volumes 8 (2002) to 19 (2021) and the commemorative edition «Jüdische Lebenswelt Schweiz - Vie et culture juives en Suisse» (2004) marking the 100th anniversary of the SIG were published by Chronos Verlag and can be ordered there. The other volumes can no longer be acquired through the book trade, but are available in numerous libraries.
Volume 1 | by Urs Lüthi
Der Mythos von der Weltverschwörung. Die Hetze der Schweizer Frontisten gegen Juden und Freimaurer – am Beispiel des Berner Prozesses um die «Protokolle der Weisen von Zion»
The Myth of Global Conspiracy. Swiss National Front propaganda against Jews and freemasons – the example of the Bern trial and the «Protocols of the Elders of Zion»
Beiträge zur Geschichte und Kultur der Juden in der Schweiz
1992, Helbing & Lichtenhahn, Basel
Hardcover, 139 pages
Out of print