OESTERREICHISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT, Central-Organ für die Gesammten Interessen des Judentums:
Austrian weekly, founded by Deputy Dr. Josef S. Bloch to combat Austrian anti-Semitism; published at Vienna every Friday since Oct. 15, 1884. In its pages appeared the chief attacks upon Professor Rohling and Pastor Deckert, and it also brought about the unmasking and conviction of Aaron Brimanus (Justus) and Paulus Meyer. Engaged in continual warfare against the Austrian leaders of anti-Semitism, the paper has become a noteworthy champion of Jewish movements of the day. Among its contributors have been Chief Rabbi Güdemann of Vienna, David Kaufmann of Budapest, B. Rippner of Glogau, Marcus Landau of Vienna, and Councilor Sigmund Mayer of Vienna. Theodor Herzl published his first Zionistic articles in its columns.
- Oesterreichische Wochenschrift, vols. i.-xvii., Index, together with an appendix containing the index for 1901, Vienna, 1902.