Landau, Judah Leo
- (1866-1942)South African rabbi, scholar, poet and playwright, of Galician origin. He served as minister of the North Manchester Hebrew Congregation (1900-4) before moving to Johannesburg to become rabbi of the Johannesburg Hebrew Congregation. In 1915 he became chief rabbi there and professor of Hebrew at Witwatersrand University. He wrote Hebrew poems and plays, as well as studies of modern Hebrew literature.
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LANDAU, JUDAH LOEB — (Leo; 1866–1942), South African rabbi, scholar, poet, and playwright. Landau was born in Zatozce, Galicia. His father Moses Issachar Landau was a maskil and regular contributor to the Hebrew press. Landau attended the German gymnasium at Brody… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Landau, Judah Loeb (Leo) — (1866–1942) South African rabbi. Landau, who hailed from Galicia, became chief rabbi in Johannesburg, South Africa (1915), and professor of Hebrew at Witwatersrand University. He wrote Hebrew drama and poetry … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
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