The Jew and human sacrifice : (Human blood and Jewish ritual) ; an historical and sociological inquiry / by Hermann L. Strack. The English transl. by Henry Blanchamp | Strack, Hermann L.
Der Blutaberglaube in der Menschheit, Blutmorde und Blutritus
Deckblatt; Titelblatt; Contents; From the Preface to the first Three editions; From the Preface to the Fourth edition; Preface to the Re-written Re-modelled work (5th-8th editions); Preface to the English Translation; I. Introductory - Bibliography; II. Human Sacrifice - "Blood Ritual"; III. Human Blood Serves to Ratify the given word; IV. The Blood of other Persons used for Healing Purposes; V. Human Blood Cures Leprosy; VI. Utilisation of one's own blood; VII. Blood of Executed Persons: Hangman's Rope; VIII. Corpses and Parts of Corpses; IX. Animal Blood; X. Waste and Evacuation of Human and Animal Bodies; XI. The Blood Superstition as a Cause of Crime; XII. Blood-Superstition among Criminals and its Consequences; XIII. Superstition among Dements: Crimes Owing to Religious Mania; XIV. What does the Jewish Religious Law say about the partaking of Blood and the utilisation of portions of Corpses?; XV. Popular Therapeutics and Blood-Superstition within the Jewish People; XVI. Is the use of Christian Blood required or allowed for any rite whatever of the Jewish religion?; XVII. The Austrian Professor and Canon Aug. Rohling; XVIII. The Pretended Evidence of History for Jewish Ritual Murder; XIX. Contradiction of the "Blood-Accusation" by pious Jews as well as Christians; About the Origin of the "Blood-Accusation"; Index of the most important names and subjects
London : Cope & Fenwick, 1909, (Transl. from the 8th ed. with corr. and additions ...)