Kohn, Samuel

(1841-1920)
   Hungarian rabbi and scholar. He was born in Baja, Hungary. He served as a rabbi in Budapest from 1866 to 1905, when he was appointed chief rabbi of Hungary. He was one of those responsible for the establishment of the Jewish Theological Seminary in Budapest. He published works on the Samaritans, and the history of the Jews in Hungary.

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