Greenberg, Leopold Jacob
- (1861-1931)English editor and Zionist. He was born in Birmingham. He served as Theodor Herzl's representative in his dealings with the British government. In 1907 he and a group of his friends acquired the Jewish Chronicle, and he was appointed its editor-in-chief. He was a founder of a number of publications, including the Jewish Year Book.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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GREENBERG, LEOPOLD JACOB — (1861–1931), editor of the Jewish Chronicle and one of the first Zionists in Britain. Born in Birmingham, Greenberg was at first active in the non Jewish press as a publisher and owner of a news agency. He became involved in Jewish affairs and… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Greenberg, Leopold Jacob — (1861–1931) English Zionist and editor. The owner of a news agency, Greenberg became Dr HERZL’S faithful lieutenant in Britain, and arranged his contacts with British statesmen over the El Arish and Uganda projects. In 1907 he became editor of … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
L. J. Greenberg — L. J. Greenberg, born Leopold Jacob Greenberg (1861 1931), was an accomplished British Jewish journalist. Early Zionism He was born in Birmingham in 1861, the son of Simeon Greenberg, a successful jewellery manufacturer. He was educated in London … Wikipedia
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